In the back of a man made lake near me (Glenn Flint Lake) there is an area that has a crap load of dead trees sticking out of the water with a few that have fallen over and submerged....this water is really murky and about 10 feet max deep. On one of this area there is an even shallower area that is maybe 3-4 feet deep with alot of underwater foilage....so much so I can't venture in ther with my boat for fear of the motor getting tangled up.......... now to the question. Would these areas be a good spot to fish crawdads and bluegills?? My wife recently caught me 3 dozen craw's while at the lake and I was thinking about going back to this section of the water and fishing for cats...... Its hard for me to grasp the idea that these bigger fish will remain in shallow water during the day...I've always been taught fish retreat to deeper water during the heat.........but I caught a good size cat near these spots earlier this year....its kinda what sparked my catfishing frenzy...even though I havne't caught a nice one since then....I'm still thirsty for more. Any ideas or inputs from anyone would be great....especially if you have fished this particular lake.