52 people signed in, and had lunch.
4 from San Antonio, 2 from our High School group. The remainder from the Texas FlyFishers, and current members of Damon 7 Lakes.
One of the groups from San Antonio camped out in a tent. I also stayed overnight, and pre-fished the day before.
The weather forecast said that there would be rain. The forecast was wrong about the rain, but the wind and cloud cover they got right. Once you found a protected area, you could cast. Another option was to make a heroic roll cast with the wind at your back.
The winner of the event was George S. with a 9+ inch bluegill. Yes there is a photo.
Harry C. gave some of his fishing time to educate 3 people new to the sport. One of those was a high-schooler that had never fished before. Every time I watch him teach, I am impressed with his patience, his ability to explain how fly casting works, and I learn something new every time.
Lunch was gumbo, rice, fried fish, chips, and hot dogs. There was plenty of food, and even more fun.
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