When you’re pulling in two fish on one cast, things are going pretty well. Mike Siefert, who guides on Millwood Lake, says that’s the case for largemouth bass and Kentucky (spotted) bass this week on Millwood, which is in the midst of a 24-inch drawdown to help with vegetation work on the edges of the lake. Siefert, of Millwood Guide Service, reports that largemouth bass and Kentucky bass have been randomly surface schooling on shad in Horseshoe and McGuire oxbow lakes along Little River for the past week or so, usually around midmorning, over deep water (12-20) feet of depth)and at mouths of creeks dumping into Little River on points. Bass remain active early at dawn up to 2-4 pounds on topwaters, and cloud cover mornings are still seeing the best activity. Feeding activity levels taper off except for the schooling fish much after daylight’s first couple hours. The schoolers will go for the vertically jigged spoons after the topwater action ends.