I caught a bunch of carp Sunday along the Bonneville pool. The wind was blowing, the trees were shaking, and the mulberries were dropping. I had a three deer hair mulberry flys and found surface feeding fish under each tree I came to. Nothing huge, although I had one break off the 13 lb. tippet. The first one was 10 lbs., one was 8, the rest were 6 lb. I think the pond has become too hot for the big fish. Two guys were fishing the west end flats when I arrived, but I didn't encounter them. Maybe they exited the west end of the pond. When I got to the flats, all I found were shoals for sun bankers, mostly some commons, but a couple large grassies. No feeders. Those two guys might have left disappointed. Should have been fishing the trees!