Alright Ive got a question for all you professional bluecat fisherman out there:wink:. I have always heard that the best time to target the big blues is in the winter and I don't doubt that for a minute cause most of the really big blues ive seen on hear people are wearing winter clothing and there are no leaves on the trees but here is my question. This summer when we had hardly no rain what so ever in my area I was catching lots of big blues in deep water. 50 feet or more. one specific night me and a buddy caught over 30 fish and if wouldnt have ran out of bait i know could have broke the 50 fish mark. many trips to that same spot produced many big fish for us. my question is, Why arent these fish in these same deep holes or atleast around them. I have taken my time and looked all around these holes up river 1/4 mile and 1/4 mile down river from the hole and these fish are nowhere to be found. All the videos i have watched and every book i have read saids that these fish will go to the deeper holes evan though they love the cold water. The area that i fish I know the depths for miles and I know of the two deepest spots for miles and they are not there at all. They have completely vacated these holes and Ive not been able to find them. I know when were catching them in summer time we had little to no current but we had very low current in the beginning of winter also so That kind of told me that wasnt the reason they were gone. Here are a few pics of the fish we caught the night we caught 30 fish.