I know Carson already did a video and it was awesome . I talked to the guys and we wanted something to put on the RHSA website ...so I got "nominated" I am in no way a public speaker and I this was on the fly thank you guys for all the donations and hard work ... It can only help
Thats a perfect video about RHSA and who and what we are about. You read my mine Twin Brother I was planning to post the step by step stocking detail but you did all that in the video. Great job and THANK YOU!
I know you have to keep the video short, so I will post some more pics today. Stay tuned.
Loc: Tool, Texas (Cedar Creek Lake)
Thanks to the RHSA for taking time to put back into the community of fishing.. I'm a crappie fisherman but watched the video and was impressed to see what ya'll do... Once again THANKS to all involved.. Matthew (Jigum Jigs)
Member Wally Marshall's Mr. Crappie Pro Staff 2015 CAT DIVISION 2 STATE CHAMPION
I saw the sneak preview and am glad JV got this out there for everyone to see! Again JV this is excellent. I sent it out to my work and family members this weekend. We almost look like we know what we are doing! To anyone and everyone that is involved thank you. Makes you proud to be part of a group of like minded people. And like I always say if fishermen were good enough for Jesus they are sure good enough for me! I've started a note to Ray Sasser. Told him when he ran the note for us in the Spring that I would follow up when we met our goal. Well we didn't meet our goal- we exceeded it! We will have an even better lake to fish in a few years. Let's keep up the good work. Matthew Carroll thank you for the input!
Here's a write up recap of Thursday 7/11. This is meant to be educational and for many of those dedicated RHSA members who wish to be there but could not make it.
RHSA crew got to the ramp first at 12:30pm. Temperature was around 99.9 degrees. No winds
Then the TPWD arrived about 1pm (Very timely!) and unload their boat.
Then the Keo Fish Farms delivery truck came at 1:05pm ! Two long hoses being dropped to the lake, one for pumping Arkansas water out of the tanks and one for intaking Texas water so the fish can get acclamated to Texas.
RHSA ordered 45,000 of these fiesty little fellers. In three years they will be 18 inches and mean!
There are eight (500 gal) tanks on the truck, four on each side. The four circles are the tanks' release valves.
The TPWD boat has two large trash bins with airator in each.