The river was down easily 2 1/2' to 3' with much of the water vegetation like elephant ears dying of thirst. It was low enough that there was almost constantly a light current pushing us along. Water was almost gin clear with depths of 4-5 foot easily visible. Plenty of bass including numerous smallmouth Guadalupe bass hybrids were caught. I have no idea the actual count but think 60 or more would not be unreasonable. Unfortunately FisherofMen had obligations Sunday morning and had to part company about 1:00 and get one to hit the park by Dark. It would have been nice to have his company last night. One the that struck me is there seems a steadily growing number of fly fishers. This trip included FisherofMen, Guad, DNR and Keira making it almost half the group.
Camp was reached with plenty of time to set up and relax a bit before a dinner of red bean, rice and sausage. Good conversation continued after dinner until about 9:00 when everyone called it a night. It was a slightly cloudy morning and the first of us began moving about 7:45 this morning. Again every relaxed in no hurry and enjoyed an extended breakfast with leisurely oacking getting on the water about 10:30 to cover the last three miles.
Again the fish cooperated with a fairly steady bite along with a couple of large sunfish in the 8"-10" range. A break around 1:00 aloud a light lunch before continueing with the first of us coming off the water about 2:00 ending a fine trip.