I didn't decide to go until the last minute, so got to the landing at 8:30 pm. There was a little party going on with some shady looking characters, so I headed up the road to Mars Oldfield. Finally got in the water around 10:00. I didn't have any live baits so I put out cut shad and louisianna pinks. For the first two hours the action was pretty good with channels on the pinks.Then the rain and lightning hit and they quit, but the blues and flatties started hitting. After several hang ups I finally managed to boat the big fish of the night. A 21 lbs flat. The action was pretty steady through the night and shut off about 30 min. before daybreak. Ended up with 3 Flats between 3 & 5 lbs. The 21 pounder. 17 channels from "squealer" to 6 lbs. 1 blue at 4 pounds. The water was 69 degrees and the river was on a steady fall. Nothing like what the PD boys have to deal with, but pretty drastic by Edisto standards. I would guess around 6-8 inches over night. BTW- I caught several eels and put them out both live and cut with no takers.