Hi all. I posted once or twice in the old forum, but it was a while ago... Was wondering if anybody fishes N. Santee almost all the way down to the salinity line (Hwy 17) near Georgetown (or similar scenarios)? I'm wondering how shallow the cats go, or more specifically; how far up a creek will the big cats travel with regards to tide? Where I put in at (Harris Landing) is actually somewhat of an oxbow(?) with a few very tiny feeder creeks running into it. There's pretty decent current in the oxbow itself, and there's a decent amount of mullet and some shad (which i cast net and use for bait). But no matter when I seem to go (tide wise), with the exception of small 1 - 3lb. cats, I haven't had any luck. Is it a waste of time to fish for bigger ones at everything but high tide? Saw a huge flathead once way back in one of the creeks, but other than that, nada... Not even where the oxbow flows into the main river have I had any luck. The whole tidal river thing is still a learning process for me, and I could use some advice. Thanks.