I spent the afternoon with a good buddy on a farm pond that is open to the public. This specific pond is chock full of big shouldered bluegills. The color of the gills in this chain of farm ponds is plain awesome, they tend to put up a good fight too.
In the couple hours we were there we iced about 20-25 gills a piece. Most in the 8-9" range, along with some smaller ones.
Most fish were coming from green tear drops tipped with a wax worm, most fish took the jig just after bouncing it on the bottom.
I knew I was hooked into a good fish, the second he took the jig, after a fun fight on my ultra-light ice rod, I pulled this plate sized 10 1/2" hog through my hole.
The background has been altered to keep the pressure low on this pond.