I wasn't going to let the second fish to bend my bobber get away so I did a good, high hook set and felt the wiggle, wiggle of a fish hooked on my line. A sunfish for me too!
All total we must have caught 20 sunfish each. The surprise came when Pondboy switched his panfish rod's normal waxie or spike larvae and changed to a plastic bait that resembled mine but it was bubble-gum pink with a bouncy thin-tail.
I dropped my plastic down to 8-9 feet in an area of 10 foot depth and tap-pause-tap-tap-pause, sproing goes the spring bobber and up comes an 6" largemouth bass.
Pondboy puts his panfish rod down to take my picture with my first "non-sunfish through the ice" when his rod moves closer to the hole apparently all by its self. Well, it was really moving because a 12" largemouth grabbed his little, pink, plastic.
Seeing a fish of that size come through the hole in the ice was pretty amazing to me. Hey, this was my second day ice fishing and my first day of ice catching. ;-)