I launched around 9:30 am Friday morning from Nails Creek SP and headed straight to Yegua creek in search of crappie. Crossing the open lake was a bit bumpy. I almost surfed a few of the waves. I put in the hours fishing the deeper holes of the creek and managed to fill the stringer with crappie, and I caught just as many bass. Most of the crappie were good size with only 3-4 under size crappie caught and released. A roadrunner with curly tail grub caught the most fish, but I also caught fish using a Wally Marshall slabalicious grub. I saw lots of baitfish activity on the surface. An eagle flew off from the big dead tree near the mouth of the creek as I was returning back to the launch. The lake crossing going back was so rough I wet my pants! I paddled against a headwind with waves crashing across my bow. Even with the wind, waves, and wet pants it was a good day to be on the water.