Last Saturday Bob(Kittycatcher) and I went out for a few hours. The River is cooling, but still no real current. There are some fish moving though. We've been anchoring some jugs down with live bluegills on them, just to find some good flathead spots. Last Saturday night we caught a 27 lb Blue on a Jug made from one of Gene's kits. I always release everything over 10 lbs when we get them photographed and weighed, but this fish was hooked weird. The hook lodged in one of his gils from the inside of his mouth. When we got the hook out the fish bled out within just a few minutes. Got the fish in the boat, dislodged the hook and it was dead before we could get it on the scales. The fish is already stone dead in the picture. If you've ever field dressed a deer and have seen how the blood will coagulate and turn to gel, that's what was on my deck after we were through. Two globs of gelled blood about the size of a red brick. I've neve had this happen before. We fileted the fish so it didn't exactly go to waste, but this fish should have gone back into the river. Anyway, here's a pic of the fish. We wiped all the blood off for the pic, or it would have looked really bad.