I know today was suppose to be a bad day, but it wasn't. I caught 18 bass on a 4 acre lake in 1 hour and 45 minutes. Caught all on senkos. Largest was 6.69 pounds and all caught from the bank. Using a 3/0 to a 5/0 hook a on a 3000 Kast King spinning reel and a 6'6" medium heavy spinning rod. Senkos were black with blue and green flake, Blue senko wirh purple, green and blue flake and red senko with purple, green ,and blue flake.
This lake has a lot of moss about 20 to 25 ft. from the bank. I would throw my Senko out and slowly crank it up to the edge of the moss and let it die 3 to 4 ft. in front of the moss. Watch my line for movement or feel for ticks on the baits. Some of the bass were caught just as the Senko hit the water. I was using a trapper keeper hook. Only 3 bass threw the hook as they danced on their tails. I lost 7 bites when I couldn't see or detect a bite.
Glad that you got out and smashed them. No better way to spend a couple then rippin some lips... But with that being said, the Solunar clock/calendar don't really relate to farm pond fishing... Don't get me wrong, the sun and moon phases still effect those fish, and some day will be better than other on ponds. I grew up fishing farm ponds and still fish some to this day.
Farm pond fish are more of less in a captive space, where they generally less pressured and competition for forge is higher than in large lakes. Making farm pond fish "easier" to catch. Believe me I fish a lot of tournaments and lake all over the state of Oklahoma, and after a few trips of getting my backside handed to me. All I have to do is spend a couple of hours at a farm pond to make myself feel like KVD again....lol Only to go fish a lake and get knocked back into reality...