One weird note about the fishing on Sunday: we were fishing shrimp under a cork in about 2-4 feet of water. One of us noticed their shrimp was on top of the water and jumping around. He decided to put some split shots about half way down the leader between cork and the hook. The theory was to keep the shrimp deeper in the water column and make it easier for the fish to get them instead of the shrimp being elusive on top of the water. That seemed to be the ticket because everyone switched to that and we were getting tons of hits after that. Never employed that tactic before.