We had a fun night of bank fishing Friday night/Saturday morning outside New Ulm. We have had a lot of success there in the past, and while we did not catch a hog this time, we landed a few. Not to mention 3 young dads all got a night away from their families (we live in the Twin Cities). We started with two carp on nightcrawlers before dark that went about 14 pounds each. They fought like champs! Once the sun went down we put on some bullheads and waited. While we waited, the beer started flowin', the fire started roarin', and the food started cookin'. We only had a few runs in the night, but we each caught a flathead. Mine was as small of one as I have ever caught (maybe 1 pound). It couldn't even get the 4 inch bullhead down its throat, it was rolled up in his mouth. The biggest came about 5 am, when we had all dozed off around the fire. The bell jolted us and we all ran to the pole. After letting it run for a minute, my buddy set the hook and brought in a decent 15 pounder (flathead). It had about a quarter-sized hole under its mouth about where the gills come together, I don't know if it was hooked there before, or what, but it was weird. We had a great time, as we don't get to fish as often as we would like these days (having young ones around and all). I'll post pictures when I get them developed later this week.