Mr. Piggy and I fished the big waters on Friday. Hit the lake about 2:30 p.m. Put in at Moores Creek. The water looked like coffee without enough creamer in it. Wind was out of the northeast at about 15 mph. Clouds were thick and moving quickly. Trolled our favorite spot across the lake looking for wipers or anything that bites, but mostly wipers. Mr. Piggy used a white curly tailed grub and I used a silver spoon. I caught the first--take that, Mr. Piggy--fish, a 3 inch yellow bass of little consequence and not much character. That was all we caught, so we relocated to the Hardin Ridge area--nothing. Moved across the lake to the Fairfield area--nothing. A guy on a Skidoo went by--what the hell is he doing out here? Then we decided to go back where we started so we would not be too far downlake when the sun set. Once we were back there we trolled again. About the time we were going to call it quits Mr. Piggy hooked into a fish. Had to net the thing. It was a 5.0 lb. wiper. Nice fish! I saw that he was using a chartreusse 4 " Hyper Striper Stump Jumper (I loaned him that, by the way, and he never returned the thing) and so I switched to one as well. On the next turn I hooked into a 5.0 wiper as well. We boated that beauty, took a snapshot (there's a word you don't hear much anymore) and started another turn. This time I hooled a 3.5 pounder, then it was dark and time to start back in. It was a good day, good weather although windy and a little cold, but it did not seem to stop the wipers from hitting.