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I went out Friday afternoon because it seemed the wind had really laid down. I launched at 4:30pm and stuck close to the north shoreline. The wind was actually from the north. As the afternoon wore on the wind was variable, swinging first west and then coming around from the east. A lot of folks were enjoying the swim beach. I cranked and wormed but couldn’t get bit.

Like I did last time, I rigged up a swim worm and started getting bit. I left Copperhead Cove and drifted down the mainlake point. I found a school of fish on a shallow flat. I alternated between the swim worm, senko and drop-shot. I got 4 on the swim worm, 3 on senko and 2 with drop-shot. I also caught a red-ear with the drop-shot. Off at 7:00pm.
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Hey karlie,

Thanks for releasing the largemouth. When you get hungry, remember the rules are different for Pflugerville. NO cast nets! And, the minimum legal length for possessing Pflugerville largemouth is eighteen inches. See TPWD website for more.

I included picture of a drop-shot rigged with 6” roboworm and 1/4” oz drop weight.

Also, see pic of homemade swim-worm
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“do you fish around the entire perimeter of the lake?”

I rarely “beat the bank” at Pflugerville. It is usually too windy for me to constantly position my boat for that. Typically I’ll search the offshore structure such as humps and drop-offs with a crank or a Texas rig until I get bit. Once I get bit, I drop the anchor and drop-shot or Texas rig for effect.
 
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