Ok, maybe not exactly true, I did catch a one or two small one's when I was a young but that was so many years ago I would guess the statue of limitations has run out on that. So here are my Plans for Catching my first Flat head... in the last 35 years 1.) Picking Location: Oh yea, I live in Georgia. Flint River: Why? Well I live close to it. Also there is a small pond with Bream and Bull Heads Near by. Also, it's Close to Work. Ok Georgia folks... speak up if you have any opinions or if it matters: I'm thinking of Hwy 49 in Montezuma as my Flint River entry point. Then Head north... up stream because I'm in a Kayak. Better to Float down after all the hard work. Other options ares: Hwy 96 between Reynolds and Fort Valley. Hwy 127 ? Other? 2.) Process: Head to Pond, catch Bull heads (primary choice), or Bream (secondary choice). With Bait fish, head to Flint River and put in with Kayak. Head up River about a mile. As sun is setting (start about an hour before sun set) Float down looking for structure. ( no depth finder yet) Anchor up stream from structure. Put on Bull head Question: how to hook? In the Mouth so it looks more natural as I sit up stream and fish down stream? Be care not to get tangled in tree etc. Float bait to just before structure. Does this sound logical? No bite in 15 minutes... move to next structure. If no fish after the one mile... might need more than one hour before doark or have lights on Kayak. when I arrive at Boat ramp... if no fish then Repeat another day. Peak fall season / time for flat heads? Georgia? Issues with landing fish while in Kayak. How does one deal this. Gosh, never dealt with a big fish in a Kayak... need to post on Kayak thread I guess. Hook size for a task? Pole I am using has 20lb Mono on it. I'd be happy with a 10lb Flat Head, but wouldn't mind a 30 pounder :wink: Anything else I am forgetting? Thanks!