Got out this morning at about 4am. Was anchored on a spot and had four rods out before the sun came out. Sure was nice! Got the first bite at 6am. One of those real good, slow, pull downs, and the drag slipping, bites. Just dropped it. Maybe 10 minutes later, same thing on a different rod. Maybe another 10 minutes and another on a different rod, except this one didn't drop the bait. After a short fight, put a 60lb blue in the boat. Weighed 60 on the dot. After getting the fish in the boat and while looking for the camera another rod went down. These weren't little bites or the going to jerk the rod out of the boat bites they were the good ones. While fighting with a fish on that rod another loaded up. By this time I was smiling from ear to ear. Trying to reel two rods at once I lost one of the fish but did get the other to the boat. Was the biggest gar I've ever seen in person. A easy 5 footer. After letting the gar go, I quickly deduced that the other bites and misses were more than likely gar. Stayed on that spot for an hour more and decided to move. At the next spot landed a 10lb blue. Moved again and landed a 15lb channel. Decided to try for a flathead in some shallow tree laden areas. After an hour of no bites and moving baits several times, I moved to deeper, faster water for shot at another blue. After a few minutes landed a 10lb flathead. A few more minutes landed a 15lb flathead. I rarely catch a flathead and took a pic of the 15lber. I usualy only take pictures of 20lb+ fish but couldn't resist. I would like to catch more flatheads they sure are fun. It was a long day and only landed 5 cats but they totaled 110lbs. A good day for me. Here are pics of the 60 and 15lb flathead.