Never been to Alamo Lake before.
Friday the wind was blowing and very difficult to launch a boat and the launch ramps was full of logs and debris.
Drove around the lake and see if i can meter anything, for a good hour, found nothing.
Had enough of the wind and decided to get out.
By 5 the wind suddenly just die down and i decided to try it again but on the west side of the lake by the dam.
I did some stick fishing and manage to catch 8 nice crappies.
It gotten dark and time to head out.
On Sat, i went to fish the same area i was fishing and hope they would still be there.
Guess what? The tree and sticks i was targeting GONE, vanish, disappear.
The water came up almost 3 ft over night.
After trying new spot, manage to catch another 6 after 6 hours of grinding the banks.
Family had fun camping, never seen wild donkeys before and the noise they make at night
We don't see this in Alaska.
That my report.
will be back again when the water is in better conditions