Started out the day with a very light east wind, air temps in 50's, water temp @ 56.7, drifting from 12' to deeper, with fresh cut and live threadfin. After an hour or so, Tyler finally hooked up with the first fish of the day, a nice 40# Blue, his biggest ever. We tried to set up for another short drift by that area, but the wind changed to N/NW and we finally had to move out on the lake to deeper water (30'). After an hour or more of this without producing, I figured we may have seen the best, but I decided to move into more shallow waters, and eased in to a hump and let the wind push us from 12' to 22' of contour changes, about 1400, as the moon was due to rise, we started picking up some more fish, mostly smaller 3-8# fish. Tyler latched into a real nice 25# class flathead in 20' to finish him off for the day. About that time, I picked up an 8# blue, and had just rebaited and cast when something really nailed the fresh bait. After a few minutes of drag stripping, and trying to tangle all our lines and drift sock, I landed a 50# class blue, my personal best also. What a day. Tyler was thrilled, for sure. We both got new PB's. Great day on the water, but after landing the final 50 (released), we were ready to head for home. Water temps had dropped a couple of degrees from last Saturday, and we caught our fish a little deeper, in 15-22' of water. Depths over 30' didn't produce for us at all. Very little bait there, and therefore, very few cats. We ended the day with 10 or so fish, but some very nice ones.