Spring weather means yo-yoing temperatures. It’s warm one day, then cold the next which gives fish a case of lockjaw. Bluegills suspend at the edge of the flats in depths depending on sunlight penetration. They won’t chase after a meal but will grab the food of opportunity. A dozen fell for chartreuse Bully’s Bluegill Spiders counted down to 3 feet over a 6-foot bottom yesterday. Today is warm and sunny–stay tuned . . .