So a buddy talked me into going fishing on a creek last Monday and wanted to stay all night. I was hesitant but it really didn't take to much begging before I agreed. My phone had blown up with Severe Storm warnings so I advised him to bring a dry bag with a change of clothes. He brought a trash bag that ripped early in the trip. We paddled upstream about a mile and half to the sand bar and immediately caught fish. My first 3 fish were keeper walleye so I cooked them up on my mess kit. Best meal I have had while kayaking and camping. We caught some catfish, crappie, bluegill and bowfin as well. No sooner than the sun went down the lightening started so I propped my yak up and prepared for a scary night. We both ended up soaking wet but my dry bag did its job. His trash bag did not do such a good job with large hole in the side of it. I can't lie, I felt like a scared little girl when the lightening got real close. I seemed liked it rained until the sun came up. With a few hours of sleep, we hit the creek in the yaks and caught some more fish. All together it was fun, but I will not be doing that again with storms on the way.