The grassers come and go, they seem to move in really big schools. When you are on them, you can forget any sleep, rest, eating, drinking, or really anything outside of reeling them in one after the other. They aren't small either, you can almost guarantee a 40+ down there. It can be pretty tiring but it's pretty amazing even if you aren't a huge fan of them. They move on and you have periods of rest, just don't bait up too heavily or you'll be on them forever.
If you aren't on them, you still catch big carp and buffalo. Last time I was down there in the spring I was catching all three species at the same time. It definitely isn't what it used to be, but Emma is still a place of dreams for a carp angler.
SFA Bass Team president
Head idiot at CarpPro Texas Guide Service