We hadn't been on this lake for a few years. The first thing we did was run to an offshore rock bar to give it a quick scan. It's about 1/4 mile long and we marked 3 key spots on it. There weren't any weeds but certain areas had a gravel, large rock mix to it. The shallowest part had 12' of water and the deepest structure we marked was 18'. All 3 waypoints we laid down gave us some healthy largemouth. We picked them off using the 360 and making precise casts with our drop shots to the target. A leader between 12-18" seemed to work pretty good on this day. One thing that really stood out was how the fish wanted the presentation. Some days a fast little shake of the bait sets them off. Today it was holding it still and then slack lining the drop shot so the bait would flutter to the bottom. If you are fishing cover that has fish on it, make sure to mix up your retrieves, it's amazing how much difference it can make some days.