Went to Pueblo Lake saturday morning around 4 am and left at 5:30 pm. on my first cast I hooked up on a Wiper. I quickly caught three more then headed for more Bass friendly areas. I landed good numbers of Smallmouth but only 2 were of leagle size. I still have yet to catch a good largemouth out of this lake. Around 9:30 the lake filled up quickly with Pleasure Boaters and the fish quit bitting just as quickly. I anticipated this daily sumer time event and had the wife and kids join me. The water Temp read 62.5 degrees but the kids didn't seem to mind and swam around for several hours. They all went home around 4 and I started fishing again. This time I kept with the Wipers. They were hitting hard and fast. I landed 15 fish in less than 2 hours and had more throw the hook. Thats some pretty good fishing.
One question I have for anyone who wishes to weigh-in,
So far this year I have not been able to catch a single Crappie at Pueblo Lake. Has anyone else experinced this unusual "void"? Is it possible they have been knocked down and numbers are extreamly low or am I just being too anxious? In years past I have been into the crappie as early as mid-april. I get a little worried when something seems to change my normallicy.