March Bass-Madness is in full swing and over Spring Break the fish did not dissapoint and neither did the weather. Mornings were frigid (39° to 50°) and made for cool boat rides on the Colorado River. However, soon after shutting down the boat it didn’t take long to start hooking nice largemouth and Guadalupe bass. Most of the action early in the week was with subsurface flies—baitfish/streamers and crawfish patterns. With the weekend came hot weather and water temps reaching 70°. You all know what this means—POPPERS! Though we only had small males on poppers the quantities were impressive. That will soon change as we rapidly move into post-spawn fishing for giant hungry female bass who love to eat well-presented poppers. Hope to see you on the water and thanks for all the “likes” on the All Water Guides Facebook page.