It's getting about time to start rounding up my gear for this year's flathead endeavor. I scouted some areas this fall that I think may hold some flatties with some advice found on this wonderful site. The plan is to set some stationary juglines near some marooned bareges. There is a notched dike with a huge eddy behind it. Water in the eddy is anywhere from 25-35 feet deep, and gets shallower closer to the barges. About 12 feet deep right by the barges where the water has cut out beneath them. There is current, but slower near the barges. There has to be huge caverns up under there, and shallower water. Anybody have any luck fishing this type of situation? If so, what time of year would be the best time to target this area? I thought about targeting it before they nest like maybe in April. Maybe they could nest right there. I have graphed huge fish in the area, but not sure what kind. They were suspended just off the bottom. Some were over 50#. Couldn't get any bites that day, but the conditions sucked due to multiple cold fronts moving through in the fall. I did catch a 15# flat there a few years ago, so I know at least some feed there once in a while. Whatdyathink?