I got off of work this morning and loaded up the boat and headed to Conroe. My main goal was to catch some catfish. i got there later than I wanted to but had to get gas, ice, take a [censored] break on the way there and the hour and a half drive I just wasn't prepared. I have not been cat fishing on Conroe in about four years or so and after looking at some spots on google earth last night, well things have changed. The wind started blowing pretty good as I was leaving out of April Plaze so I didn't want to make a long run. I stopped at the first good bulkhead I seen. It didn't take long to get the first bite and it never stopped. I had a limit in just under two hours. I never had to move and stayed in one spot. I literally caught all my fish within a 20' section of the bulkhead with only one throw back and that was on my 25th fish.
I did learn a couple of things on this trip. The closer you got to the bulkhead the better. All fish was caught within a foot of the bulkhead. If it got much futher than that no luck. Also I learned if you missed four fish in a row change hooks. Had to do that twice. It was a great day on the lake and the weather was great. The wind did get bad but the stake out sticks did fine holding the boat.