I haven't posted a report in a minute so it's about time I suppose!
The summer has definitely set in on us making some days tough, but also making limits easy other days! We've been having to deal with a lot of dead calm days after about 8:30 or 9, killing the bite.
The big fish have been sporadic and schooling a handful of mornings. Once the big fish go down you have to be on your toes, covering a lot of water and looking in a variety of depth for them. I've spent more time than I would like to admit on my big motor graphing around. I have been locating big schools of Hybrid and Striper but getting them to commit to staying around has been a true task. You can set up on a school and black out the graph but only the stragglers will take down.
The whites have been pretty much abundant but take some looking most days. Once you find a school and get them fired it's all over with, they will hangout under your boat and let you put a dent in them
Just remember this time of the year is all about timing, these fish move in and out to feed and Lake Tawakoni changes by the minute
The first pictures are from schooling fish yesterday morning, half were caught on bait, half on lures. Here are a collection of the past week or two