Hello all, I grew up on the Brazos and have been fishing it for almost 30 years now. I really love this river. I usually fish for pan sized channels and use minnows seined from the shallows. I like to let some smaller minnows die and brew in a bucket in the sun and get nice and stinky. I thread those on the hook and the put a live one at the end, they really love that ! At night, they move up into the areas where shallows empty into 2 to 3 feet of water and thats a real good place to limit out starting about an hour before dark and usually the bite is on till midnight or so. In the day I look for cover in and around the main channel and this is a good time to take some flats as well. I usually try deep pools in slack water around rocks and other structure for the flats. I am going out Friday in the Mineral Wells area to spend a weekend on the river with a buddy of mine from California who recently moved here. I warned him this wasn't one of those sissy mountain streams where you toss flies for trout in 75 degree weather. No sir, we are talking primitive camping in sweltering Texas heat and onery, slimy cats! He says he can handle it, we will see lol. I will give a report with pics when I get back.