I was coming up the Muskingum River Sunday morning at about 1:30 am. The water is pretty low, about like last year. I came upon a shallow stretch that has 4 downed trees that I know of that you have to go around. My spot was working, I had my goggles on (bugs), and I never saw it coming an Wham! my boat went up and then splashed down. I went to shut her down and realized that I was in shallow water so I kept the hammer down, feeling my heart go thumpety thump. I made it home just fine after that. I looked at the bottom of the boat and saw absolutely zero damage. It was a stump as evidenced by parts of it lodged in my jet intake. Actually, I have seen guys on video do it for fun, but I don't know..... maybe in daylight. One thing, I never felt unsafe, that boat HANDLES. Only caught 2 six pound channels, and both of them came off a bobber with cut sucker and shad about 1 1/2 feet down close to the bank.