I have a question for All You Big Flathead cat fisher Gurus. I Like many of you chase the Elusive Flathead and I most usually fish the Missouri River in Iowa while doing so.Now I know that when there not feeding that they most always are in a deep hole in structure or behind some type of current break be it logs or or rocks to get out of the current which runs anywhere between 5/7 MPH most times in this river depending on how much rain we have had or how much water they are turning loose at Gavans point Dam up in South Dakota.So here is the Question. When they (Flatheads)Decide to put on the Feed Bag do they head up stream,or Down stream to start feeding.I Believe Myself that they head downstream and hit the shallow water and sand bars especially at night,although I also know that they will feed in the day time because i have boated some nice flats during day time.I also have a friend that fishes for big flats and has good success and only fishes the front of wing dams at night,and the deep holes are behind the tips of the wing dams.so whats your take on this question,Upstream or downstream or does it make any differance ??? Thank's in advance for Your Replies,J.D.