Fished Lake Mcqueeney with a friend of mine using Kayaks. We launched from my friend's backyard and fished the eastern end of the lake. Water temperature was between 74 and 76 degrees and the water was clear in some areas and stained in other areas. We fished from 9am till 3pm. We caught some nice Bluegill in the eight inch range,Redbreast in the 8 to 9 inch range,two Rios in the nine inch range,and rounding out the catch were some two to four pound bass. Ultra Light spinning gear was used. Spinning baits such as yellow black Rooster Tails,Chartreuse/Black Roadrunners,Gulp Alive Minnows,and Gulp Alive Night Crawlers were all used with good results. Fish were located by docks,overhanging tree limbs and bridge pillars. The Rios were caught in a canal in about 5 feet of water holding by a gravel bank. Ten Bluegill were kept for the frying pan and the rest of the fish were released. About 50 nice fish were caught. Hope to hit it again either Thursday or Friday.