I've never seen anything like it. I counted 40+ smallies the broke water last night in about 100 yards of shoreline. I felt like I was in a school of asian carp (without my bow), I got splashed multiple times. The real kicker was that we didn't get a single bite. I threw every bait imaginable without a single taker. I know the muddy water didn't help but, it was still a humbling and frustrating experience. The only guess I have at what they were eating were these six inch chubs/shiners that were suspended about six inches below the surface. If anyone likes using live bait, it would probably be a surefire tactic. I just can't force myself into doing it.