Yesterday, while fishing in eastern Nebraska, we hit a favorite lake which I frequent. Great day, sunny with a light wind and temps in the low. 70's. We caught several bass including a couple of very nice ones. Not one to complain, I must say that we were actually bluegill (and crappie) fishing. Guess what? We COULD NOT GET THEM TO HIT. We fished for over six hours, covered most of the lake and I had a worm in the water at various depths almost all of the time. Caught one small one and that was it. I know fish can be finecky but can't remember not being able to catch a few 'gills in mid-May. I understand barometer, cold fronts, weather patterns and the like but why were the bass hitting? Please join in on this one, especially you Nebraska guys. Thanks.