I think most of you will agree that this fall season was exceptional. I personally had several very good days, but Saturday 12/27 I had my only skunk of the season. I fished just north of Smith Point between 64 and 65 and never even had a touch. I know the water temperature dropped after the cold snap we had last week, and I was wondering what changes any of you made (if any) to your spread to adjust. I run 12 lines and usually have an even split of 6 tandems and 6 umbrellas. I have never used single parachutes because I felt the more baits in the water the better. How many of you run a few singles and have they been productive? Also I usually run half tandems and half umbrellas on my planer boards, and half and half on my boat rods. I've heard of some who only run single and tandems on the planers and all umbrellas on the boat rods. Could I have done things differently or was it just my turn to get skunked. I had a great fall season and am not to disappointed, it was a great day to be on the water, but I think we always want to catch just one more. So what's your favorite bait, single parachute, tandem, umbrellas, or ... all of them?