Last week I put out several jug line in 25 foot of water. Had a total of 30 hook everywhere from 5 foot below surface to 5 foot off the bottom. Caught a 7# blue, and 2 2# blues one day. Next day not a single piece of bait was missing. Moved my jugs to an Island about 400 yards away form the last spot. Put the jugs in 12-28 foot of water. Checked them Monday morning, had 2 1-2# blues. Tuesday morning checked them again and had 2 1# blues and a 4# blue. Decided I would rebait em and pick them back up that afternoon. I went back with my mom, and saw one jug bouncing some. It was windy and my mom cant drive the boat so I had to steer and get in position to grab the jug. I palmed it and when I did, a fish jerked it out of my hand. I got excited, thinking it was gonna be 5-10#. Circled back around in the boat grab the jug again and this time saw the biggest bluecat Ive ever seen personally caught. After about 5-10 minutes of wrestling the fish, grabbing its mouth and hauling it into the boat I came up with a 32.5 pound blue. Caught in about 20 foot of water on the top hook(3-5 foot under the surface) on cut shad. My previous biggest fish ever caught was 18# so I nearly doubled my previous record. I have pictures but I am at work and forgot the CD at home. Was 38-39 inches long. The record for the lake im not sure of. Cabelas in my town says the bluecat record for the lake is 31#. Texas parks and wildlife website says 40#, and the marina I took it to to get it weighted said record is 47#.