Well here's the report:
Since I haven't had the boat on this lake and just got it back on the water after some minor repairs, I decided to stay near the ramp. Put in about 7am at City of Jonestown ramp (wow $15.00 launch fee!!) and started out testing my boat. Dash graph...no go. TM...check. Bow graph...nope... so fishing kinda blind. Ok, let's see what we have on Lake Travis. Taking advice from Jaret and Hogbus, started throwing at new shoreline vegetation around 7:30. Tried Yellow Magic for a few minutes, but no takers. 1/4 oz spinner bait caught 1 small bass. Switched to a small bandit and caught 3 more in about 45 min. Biggest one was near 3 lbs. Caught one more one on a senko, then decided to try more of what Jaret suggested on ledges. One thing I didn't pick up on right away was that some of these ledges are 10 feet off the bank. Man, what drop offs at this lake. Since I had no graphs and couldn't really see what I was throwing at, tried a few points with vegetation. Caught the biggest bluegill I've caught in a long, long time on a bandit....nearly 1/2 pound. If this is the forage size, there should be some monster bass in this lake. By 10 am I was in the middle of wake boats and jet fleas. Headed in to work on electronics. All in all, I had a decent morning and am looking forward to seeing what Travis holds in the future.