Today is a completely different day than yesterday or any day in some time.
There’s a south wind blowing and a good ripple on the water. It’s spitting rain on and off. And the temperature is in the 70s. It’s kind of pleasant if not for the drizzle.
It’s certainly a far cry from the dead heat of yesterday morning. That will translate into more catches today for the whole field.
We caught up with Jesse Tacoronte and he’d already caught five this morning. All of them short. But the fishing has obviously been better.
Unfortunately, weather changes do not impact the length limit on this lake. With better conditions, though, surely more of those 16-inch largemouth and smallmouth will show up today.
Maybe, just maybe summer’s grip will slowly loosen.