Some have asked me so...
Got out on Ray Roberts at 8 AM today. Thought it would be late. Put my kayak in the water, only a few boats out in the open water. Begin to paddle out and boom! Massive sandie boil. Cast a lil George, hammered several. The boil subsided and reappeared approximately 20 yards away. Paddled there, boom! More sandies. This happened over and over consistently until 11 AM and each lasted about 30-45 seconds. It was crazy. Some were still hitting the top by 11 but not in schools. I then dropped slabs to the bottom deeps and reeled more in. The thing is, NOT ONE was legal. All were 8-9" but it was some of the most fun fishing I've ever had. I ran into others that had stringers full. I've never experienced the boils that late in the morning. I usually fish Eagle Mountain but will be changing that. The temp began to get a little warm but was not bad at all compared to prior mornings. That may be the reason. Well, that and the solunar cycle. Anyway, There ya go.
Stay hungry my friends!