Just wanted to compare a little with my fellow whisker stickers. Last year we chewed the fat a little about short walled wing dykes. I took Cuz's advice and started focusing on them a little more. I do believe the blues tend to congregate to them a little more. But, my real question is the following. I have been getting just as many blues out of the fast water on the cuts made when the water blows out a wing dyke. Generally the cut is made on the inside portion of the dyke. As long as there is a scour hole behind it, I seem to get into the blues. Now until last weekend, I had not gotten a fish over 18 lbs. out of one of these. So I assumed the bigger blues weren't hanging to the inside cuts much. But a 40 lb. blue last weekend has got me questioning it. So what is you all's experience. Are there just as many large blues frequenting the cuts in blown dykes, as there are around short walled dykes?