In today's Northwest Valley News (a local Peoria paper) there are a couple of articles about people who scuba dive regulary at Pleasant. There is a small, not terribly clear, photo of what they say is a bass estimated to be bigger than the current state record. The photo was taken by one of the divers who likes to photograph fish. I'd post a link but this small paper does not seem to have a website. One of the divers mentioned in the article works as a ranger at the Desert Outdoor Center, where our school takes our kids on a field trip each year. He has said that he has seen a handful of fish during dives in the past couple of years that would break the state record and that there are still more big bass in there than people may think. They must just be harder to catch due to the intense fishing pressure. Just thought it was interesting.