Now that you are hooked, make the addiction even worse. Get a light 2 to 3 weight rod and see the fun go up exponentially. Last summer I went out with my son in law and grandsons to fish some ponds. They started out catching bass on plastic worms. At first I was having no luck until I changed to a steelhead fly I had picked up, thinking it might work for bass. I was using a Redington Butterstick glass rod, 6'2" 2 weight, with a WF3 line. After switching flies I caught 15 bass, most in the 2 lb. range. I had a ball and really impressed my oldest grandson. Now he is ready to come with me down to the Hill Country in May and try flyfishing for himself. I live in southern Oklahoma, but fished the Gabe and Brushy Creek last September. You certainly have some nice waters in your area.