After talking with my wife when I returned home, we decided to head out there again on Saturday to enjoy the nice weather with the dogs. It's about a 15 minute walk back there from the development where mine and Paul's buddy Seth lives, so after a nice and HOT walk back there, the dogs were happily playing on a sandbar and in the water while I was fishing and my wife was sitting back enjoying the scenery. Using a little 4" red shad plastic worm, I wore out the areas I fished the afternoon before with no luck. I waded my way on up towards a tall railroad trestle that crosses the creek and finally felt a heavy tug on the end of my 4-lb line. After a good fight on the ultralight, my prize was a 1-pound largemouth! A quick photo-op later and back in he went to fight another day. All in all, the past two days have given me a few quality hours on a creek that makes you feel you are in the middle of nowhere, yet it is only 15 minutes from downtown Charlotte. I plan on fishing it more as we enter Summer and eventually will float up it as far as I can in a kayak as it empties into the river just a half-mile below my house. Be sure to hit the "Read More" link to check out a slideshow of some pictures we took Saturday. 'Til next time, may your casts be true and your bites be plentiful!