Well there I was on Sunday fighting off a pretty bad case of cabin fever when I decided to call Steve Brown up and see how the fishing has been down in Warsaw. He told me that he was in the middle of trying to shoot some video on catching bait in the winter time and that he could use some extra hands to help him out. I informed him that I had two extra hands that are free and I could be there in the morning. He called me back later that night and Grump and I were heading to Warsaw at 4:30 am on Monday morning to help Steve shoot some video for two days. We get down there and headed out in the pro cat with the cabin up and the heater on. It was a balmy 20 degrees with a wind chill in the teens. Inside the cabin it was in the mid to upper 70's. I have never fished in a full en-closer in the winter time and don't plan on fishing without one again.:smile2: That thing would bring Kutter out of the cave to fish in January. It has see through plastic all the way around and you can run up and down the river at full speed with no noise or cold air on you at all. I knew that it would be nice but never really thought it would be so comfortable. It was like sitting in your truck with the heater on listening to the radio and rolling down the window to catch a fish. Now to the fishing, it was a great time and we definitely got some good video of take downs and some nice fish coming over the back of the boat. We caught a total of 31 fish in two days and lost a few at the boat. Steve taught us quite a bit about winter time fishing on lakes and how to locate bait on the sonar during this time of the year. I can't say enough about Steve's hospitality and willingness to show people what he knows about fishing for these great fish. He is a great host and is very generous with his time and knowledge. If you guys are suffering from cabin fever the time to get down there with Steve is now while the water is still in the mid to upper 30's and the bite is on. Thanks again Steve for letting Grump and I stay with you and tag along for some great fishing.