Lake Ray Roberts is way high right now as it was shut in to take the pressure off Lewisville Lake during last week's rains. So what we have here is flooded brush flower fields and habitat that was deep green after the spring rains and subsequent releases (that kept the water off that habitat). I saw something today that looked a lot like a green algae bloom, and wherever I saw that, there were no fish. So, I took my client on a long run (from the Sanger boat ramp area on the west side of Ray Roberts, to the Lantana Flats on the east side. Thank goodness for the calm day! And that's where we found them finally - a lot of surface sucking and carp migrating - in one direction - out of the cove. It may not be an algae bloom (I'm no biologist), it may just be pollen, but whatever is on the water, the carp, and all fish, don't like it. But, that's where we managed these fish today.