This is what I consider relaxing fishing. One black Jitterbug, one rod, and a headlamp. No bags of worms and cranks to lug around, no shiners to keep alive, and best of all, no fighting over pad patches or stumps. I can count on one hand how many anglers I've run into at night. Given the pressure on these fish, I'd say a late topwater attack is truly one of the last things they expect. The little guy in the photo was rather surprised just this past Tuesday night.