I just went juggin over the weekend and was a little disappointed at the results. I set 50 jugs, caught 9 cats, all small. I set 6 footers and 12 footers. Six of the cats were on 12's and 3 on 6's. The thermocline was at 31 feet. The weather conditions were excellent as far as moon phase, pressure, windy, wind direction, cloudy, rainy, steady temps etc.. No bigger cats showed up, all small, most favored the deeper jugs. I had 18's with me but didn't figure I needed them since the weather was nice with no cold front to drive 'em deeper. Looking back, I now think I should have done what the books say and fished the thermocline. I should have used 12's, 18's, and even 25's. Has anyone else had this problem and more importantly, has anyone ever jugged this deep before? Does juggin this deep actually work? It's a deep lake and there was also a deep thermocline. Water temp was 81 but I guess where it's been so hot for so long, it put 'em deeper and weren't too keen on coming up any shallower than 12'. I really figured the conditions for this night were the best I'd ever seen.