We left Katy at 0300 and were parked at the boat launch at 0550, after passing the sign in the fog.
As we were putting the final rigging on the kayak and ready to take the first one to the water 3 trucks showed up all at once out of the fog. We lost our spot in line for a moment, and then realized that we were small enough to squeeze by the larger boats in this one lane launch.
Boat boats in the water and lights on at 0615. Since this was Dean's first time out in his kayak, he did a little more adjusting once he was on the water, as I went ahead to the fishing spot given to me by W. Ross, another retired Vet. First white bass hit at the deep hole about 1/2 mile from the spawning beds.
Fishing was fast and furious, with fish running into our legs until about an hour after sunrise, Then it slowed down, and most folks called it quits. Dean and I moved up-river for another mile or so, exploring. Only a few more fish were caught upriver, to include a small crappie.
We easily caught 60+ fish during the trip, and harvesting only 20.
The what bass run is almost over in this spot for the year. Of the 20 for the table there was only one female.
I have the GPS coordinates locked for next year.