some of us struggle to find the LMB beds on Lake Allatoona? This may explain some of it. Lake temps are basically in the upper 60s right now and you should be seeing LMB beds in the back of many of the pockets, pretty much all over the lake, or so it would seem on other Lakes. The beds are there in a lot of cases, but the local knowledge directs them to look a little deeper than most of us (not from Georgia) would look. This chart shows that they have been drawing on the lake steadily, right on through the weekend as well, during a period that LMB would prefer to be stable water levels (why dump your eggs in water that might be dry in a few days?). Anyway, that's one reason I can think of right off the bat! Any other thoughts?