I went out this morning to the Arkansas River just south of the Lincoln St bridge. I was trying for a flathead since I have never caught one, but ended up catching 5 channels between 4-8lbs. All channels were caught on either cut bluegill or crappie heads. No fish bit on the other portions of the fish I had out. I got one good hit on my live bait poles, but whatever it was left it alone after the initial hit. When I reeled in the pole to check the bait about 30 minutes later, this is what the crappie looked like: I'm guessing it was probably a flathead. All in all, it wasn't too bad of a morning. It was 42 degrees out when I got there (6:30am) and the wind was blowing pretty hard making it pretty cold. At least it kept the crowds down. It warmed up to 55 degrees when I left at noon. It was also my first try using circle hooks, and they worked awesome. All fish were hooked by the time I got to the pole. It might have helped that the channels were biting fairly aggressively. I didn't take any pictures other than the crappie because I forgot my camera and only had my crappy phone camera.