I loaded up the kayak and fly rods and headed out to Dunlap this morning. Got a late start and didn't leave home until 4:30 AM
I got there around 6:45 and headed to one of Chuck's secret spots. Fishing was good and I caught lots of bluegill, redbreast, greenies and longear. As always, a few small bass mixed in as well. But the prize of the morning was a new lake record Warmouth. It was 8.75 inches long and weighed 0.62 lbs.
I left Dunlap and headed over to Chuck's house to get it weighed. Then I headed out to Cibolo creek to fish one of Clayton's secret spots. I fished my way down to the spot catching lots of sunfish, bluegill and bass. When I got to the spot it didn't disappoint. I caught 3 redbreast that were over 10 inches long. I strung up the first one I caught and headed back to Chuck's to get it weighed. It was 10 inches and weighed 0.77 lbs.
Thanks Chuck for pointing me in the right direction, weighing my fish and providing me with enough gatoraide to get me through the day. Thanks to Clayton as well for putting me on some monster fish. You guys are the best.
The 10 inch redbreast represents my 9th different trophy species / big fish award that I have caught on the fly rod. I caught the warmouth on a Llano bug and the redbreast on a rubber legged dragon.
PS: I also got my Cibolo Creek fly rod record back Catyaker. Tag, you're it