I have found out that below Pickwick Dam right next to the catwalk there is slack area where catfish build up. There arent any big ones there, just "dinks" in the 8-12" range, but a LOT of them. The biggest of the lot might make a whole fry, but for the most part they are pretty much useless for consumption. The other night an idea hit me. What if I were to take the dinky catfish that are caught and normally thrown back and put them in the pond unharmed behind the house to grow out? So it a plan was born. I went to walmart, got a 15 gallon Sterlite container, some Start Right, ammonia absorbtion pillows, and then threw my deep cycle battery and aerator in the trunk and off to the river I went around dark. I ended bringing home 11 channels and 1 blue dink which were very much alive and kicking after spending 5 hours in the live well and surprisingly didn't get that much water in the trunk. Once I got them home I did a series of water changes over a period of 30 mins or so and then turned them loose. I figure if I keep it up, after a few more trips this spring I will have my pond re-stocked and in about another year or so some nice filet sized fish.