The crappie are biting like crazy on Truman, according to the fishing reports and anecdotal "I heard" stories. But apparently I'm the only one who can't catch them. Went out on Saturday afternoon between rain showers near Bucksaw and tried fishing along the rocky shores near the channel, using 1/16 oz jigs down about 15 ft. Dad caught one nice crappie about 5 minutes after we arrived, so we figured we'd be in the money for sure. Other than one tiny crappie I pulled up a few minutes later, we didn't get another bite. Using pink/white and yellow/chartreuse tube jigs with a very slow presentation - jigging up and down every now and then. They say you're supposed to keep moving while looking for the fish. But how do you get a 1/16 oz crappie jig to sink 15 ft while moving, even if very slowly? Plus the wind was blowing at about 15 or 20mph and gusty, making it a real challenge to stay in one place. We resorted to tying up to likely looking tree stumps and fishing around them for a few minutes at a time but didn't get anything other than those first two. So what am I doing wrong? Wrong time of day? Wrong place? Wrong presentation? And on a side note, does anyone know of any old flooded rock quarries anywhere near Sparrowfoot on the upper Grand arm? I know of some over on the Tebo Creek arm but "think" I heard about some on the Grand. Looking at the topo maps, I don't see anything promising.