ALAMO LAKE: You can pretty much see that it is out of the water. There is an asphalt road on the left hand side of the ramp that people are launching off of. We highly suggest using the old rental boat road or between the barrels. I have been launching there every night and have not had any problems.
Once again we have not had a lot of people out here, so all I can tell you is what I have done. I'm hitting the water daily around 4:15 p.m. Depending on the wind, I have been spending a lot of time up around the cliffs by the dam. The last couple of nights I have only averaging 15-20 fish a night. On both nights I have been pulling out two to three bass going more than 5 pounds.
The rest have been in the 3-4-pound range. I did catch one dink and a catfish. I'm still throwing the baby brush hogs in a brown color. Green also works. I hit three Walmarts while in PHX yesterday and theyre getting hard to find.
About the only thing I can catch with a crankbait is a stick, rock, or myself. No sign of any boils yet but I'm hoping they turn on soon.
The last couple of years has been a bust for boil fishing. Shore fishing is o.k. I had an angler stop by and tell me he caught a couple of bass, catfish and a turtle. No report on crappie fishing.
Fire restrictions have been lifted back to a stage one. This means you can have a fire in the park but only in the fire rings. This does not apply to the wildlife area.
The "no ski or towable devices" will remain in effect until the lake comes up.
Well that's about it for this week -- Love Mark