I was on Bastrop weekend before last fishing a club tourney, and I have big concerns with the health of the lake. I have never seen the lake so busy in the years I have been fishing it. There were at least 4 club tourneys and a multitude of pleasure boaters on Saturday, Sunday wasn't as crowded. Now to the lake/fishing report. The lake was down 18-24 inches as usual so the frog bite was off. Temps ranged from 85-88 degrees both days. They sprayed the grass again! What was floating was dead. Near all the hydrilla I fished was brown with sparse green mixed in. With exception of one, none of the fish I caught came from the grass. The eel grass as I call it also had a brown tint to it which seems as if it were dying as well, as was evident at the big buoyed flat at the mouth of South Park which is usually covered with eel grass and now it's not. I now question the health of the fish. Every fish I caught were very malnourished as this is what I have witnessed more and more. A 20 inch fish should weigh around 4 3/4-5 lbs the one I caught barely cracked 3 (Glad it was a paper tourney). The fish were schooling up in the outlet as usual but you know how that goes, 3 boats makes a crowd! Back in the creeks/timber I only knew of 3-4 fish caught. I also did not notice the sunning turtles back in there as I usually see (NONE). I did not see the usual huge balls of shad that is accompanied by schoolies this time of year either. Saturday my best 5 went near 15 lbs, which is respectable. Sunday I could only manage 1 keeper and lost only 1 other I know was a keeper. Whats going at with Bastrop??