I had the good fortune of being able to feed the fish at Cabelas in Kansas today. A good friend of mine works there and she told me to help her feed the fish. Fortunately there was a near dead bluegill in the tank and I took it and cut it up to feed the two 120 plus pound blues in the tank. They are neat to feed and they actually will let you pet them and one will take the bait out of your hand. I saw a flathead on the bottom and decided to try and get it to eat some of the cutbait. It was eating the cutbait like it was going out of style!!!!!!!!!! Pretty neat to watch as well. Those big blues would sense the bluegill in my hand with their lateral lines and would turn on a dime and would be like where's it at and chasing each other off. Very neat to experience!!!!!!!!!!! I thoroughly enjoyed myself while doing that. I watched a nice crappie chase down a goldfish and chomp it as well. A good friend of mine raises minnows and says that the orange colored minnows outfish regular minnows about 10 to one, so it only makes sense that they would like the goldfish. I was suprised because the goldfish was so big, but the crappie was close to 4 lbs, too. Just thought I'd share my experiences with you guys. They went bonkers when I'd put water in the bucket and slosh it around and then dump the blood/scales in the water as well, trying like heck to find that dead fish. God bless.