Only difference is, all the fish mentioned occur naturally in North Texas lakes but 2, hybrid bass and striper. They mostly spawn at slightly different times of the year and there is a balance to the cycle. Hybrids just eat all the time and everything in their path. Why does every great Texas bass lake always seem to get way better after it’s been real low for a few years then fills back up? Cover? For what? Fry to have a place to grow? Or when they fill up with hydrilla. Cover? What’s the cover do? I don’t think 3lb bass need to hide from much of anything, maybe a big ole flathead. Fork has spent many years free of any cover other than stumps, yet it remains unbelievably great for most. There is more pressure on Fork than any other North Texas lake, yet it remains GREAT. Why? Only large N Texas lake without hybrids. The lake record hybrid for RayRoberts is 7.45.