Here we go guys a couple of channels to show ya'll. http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q265/longj33/CIMG8231.jpg and release of course http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q265/longj33/CIMG8234-1.jpg then I got under the dock to get one so I had to strip down. http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q265/longj33/CIMG8237.jpg also released. All fish were caught on chicken livers, with a slip weight, a 18 inch lead of line between swivel and slip sinker, with a good ole fashion snell hook to hold the bait. Just East of Union, Nebraska was the location on a lake very close to the Missourri River. In reference to another post, I don't use trebel hooks. I used to think that if you stuck the trebel thru a chunk of liver and then attached it to a swivel it would hold the liver well. Which it does. But my thoughts include the idea that when picking at that meat, a large fish will feel at least one hook, and be dissuaded from giving a keeper bite. Hope everyone has fun fishing this summer, and remember to be an ethical fisherman. Whatever that means... I say if you're hungry, cook it. If not, then not. Good luck and set that drag low for fun not fear.