As waters continue to cool down, look for slab bluegills to favor smaller offerings, even down to the 1/200th shad dart head made by Trout Magnet. Once waters are below 50, we scale everything down ... 2-pound line is prefered, 1/100th ounce jigs and super sensitive bobbers like the Thill Shy Bite or the Comal 1.5 inch weighed 'cigar-shaped' floats work nicely. Look for gills, and other species, to hug the breast or dam faces of small lakes and ponds in our region right up until the ice forms. The micro-jig, micro-float gig is not a long casting affair. Most strikes will have the fish barely move the bobber as it gets colder into the season.