I noticed there has been some comments about finding bait at Roosy. ** I have had trouble finding bait as well, especialy in the winter time. * If you can't get them in the shallows by the rocks, try this spot: Bobcat boat ramp.... ~ As you launch you boat here, watch the depth. Many large bluegills hide in the submerged brush. They are usualy always in the area, try different depths. Last time I was out, I was catching them in schools at 17 feet right off the bottom, big gill slabs. Another trick that I read about, but have yet to try: Hang banner flags similar to the ones used at grand openings and used car dealers in the same fashion bass fishermen use bouy markers. A float on top and a weight on the bottom. The assorted colors will draw gills to the flags and get them to hang around. Set it up in a cove where you are certain bluegills must be. Also try baiting it up with chopped night crawlers. Leave it for an hour and come back to it.