Friday night we fished the White River in downtown Indianapolis. We launched the boat north of 10th street below the spillway. There is a really nice ramp there that I never knew about...can handle even larger boats. We fished from about 8PM to around 5AM. Caught a couple of nice size channels and at about 1:30 in the morning, my friend Steve landed a brute flathead that tipped the scales at around 25 lbs. That was the big fish of the night and it was caught on bluegill. Sunday night we headed to Henderson Ford near Martinsville and fished from about 7PM to 6AM. The fishing started out really slow and it was pouring rain.....but once the rain quit, action started picking up. Thomas caught a nice channel in the 9-10 lb range on a live chub. Robert caught a 23 lb flathead on bluegill and yours truly caught 3 flatheads...but the biggest was only about 8 lbs. They were biting ferociously though which tells me the spawn is just around the corner. Flatheads typically start their spawn at 78 degrees and before the rain last night, the water temps were right around 74 degrees. I will post some pics later. Peace y'all.