Hello all, I fish a very shallow, wide river that has areas of high pressure and areas of virtually no pressure at all. Overall the fishing is very good to excellent depending on time of day and location. My complication is that literally every 20 yards there is either a downed tree, bend, island, bridge abutment, depth change or some other kind of structure in my water. I'm looking for ideas on how to get the best results without spending the next 2 seasons investigating every single little nook and cranny. I've currently got 6 O.K. spots, 3 good spots, and 2 "always produces" spots, but I KNOW there has to be more. The biggest fish I've caught so far is a 24" channel and a 27" flathead. I know there are monsters out there, I just can't find them. The average size fish I catch is 1.5 - 3 lbs. Great for the table. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.