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Trip Report​
Date: Tuesday April 27, 2010
Time: 07:20 PM US/Central

Location: Lake Austin
Started within 155.58 feet of:
Latitude: 30.349
Longitude: -97.798
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Water Conditions: 63 degrees F
Clear
Air Temperature: 74.0° F
General Weather:
* Fair
* Barometric Pressure: 29.97"
* Humidity: 31%
* Visibility: 10.00 miles
* Last Updated on Apr 27 2010, 6:51 pm CDT
* Camp Mabry / Austin City, TX
* NOAA's National Weather Service
* Station Id: KATT
* 2.60867 miles from location
Wind Speed: East at 5.8 MPH (5 KT)
Lunar Phase: Full @ 13.5 days (Visible)

Trip Notes: Started fishing the trees on the north side of the lake up steam of the green light where fish were caught, before sunset. No luck there. Moved to the green light just before dark and had great success for a few minutes, but only with the spoon. Tried many other things (top water, crank, plastic minnow). After a few catches saw another boater signalling for help. Went and towed them back to the bridge and then drove them to Walsh to get their vehicle. So, a long, long trip but only a few minutes really of fishing. Still a great night on the water. Forgot to get my rope back from the folks I towed...


Total Recorded Catches: 3
  • Catch 1: Tuesday April 27, 2010 08:43 PM US/Central
  • Location: Northern Green Light
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  • Latitude / Longitude: 30.3472 / -97.872
  • Fish: Black Bass, Largemouth Bass
  • Length: 15.5"
  • Bait: Spoon, Gold Firetiger Castmaster

  • Catch 2: Tuesday April 27, 2010 08:47 PM US/Central
  • Location: Northern Green Light
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  • Latitude / Longitude: 30.3474 / -97.8719
  • Fish: True Bass, White Bass
  • Length: 13"
  • Bait: Spoon, Gold Firetiger Castmaster

  • Catch 3: Tuesday April 27, 2010 08:56 PM US/Central
  • Location: Northern Green Light
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  • Latitude / Longitude: 30.3472 / -97.8718
  • Fish: Black Bass, Largemouth Bass
  • Length: 15.5"
  • Bait: Spoon, Gold Firetiger Castmaster

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