Headed out to Taylor's Lake today in the state's west on an absolutely glorious winter's day - the sun was out and not a breath of wind on the water. Temperature wise, it was almost a 'balmy' 12 degrees. Unfortunately, despite the almost ideal conditions, the fishing wasn't quite as propitious...it wasn't until I threw a can of corn out for burley and started started packing up after a solid 3 hours that I got my first and only bite of the day - a carp in the 50-60cm range. Of course, this inspired me to stay 'a bit longer', but no more bites were forthcoming. I was just happy I caught something. +1 CC No worries in winter!