Does anyone have any experience on setting lines and jugs when the thermocline sets in in July and on in through September and October? On Lake Cumberland here in Ky. it's usually around 28 - 30' deep or even 35. The books say the bigger flatheads go deep when the thermocline sets in and they'll locate structure right on the thermocline where it touches the banks and will actually lay right on it as if it were a hard bottom. Has anyone set lines deeper to acount for this and gotten bigger flatheads? Any personal experiences on this one? Will be trying a deeper approach this year on vacation down at the lake in July by locating and concentrating on the thermocline. Any advice?