My two sons (7 and 11) and I tried to fish saturday afternoon but was just a little breezy. The wind finally laid down a little at about dark so we anchored in a feeder creek off of Grassy and fished a hump from 10 to 30 ft. Little fish pecked at our big bait pretty continuously for about an hour or so. My 11 yr old finally managed to stick two of them, one 3 lb channel and one 6 lb blue. Both boys had a ball attempting to capture those small fish. Several times when the bite picked up I could hear them breathing pretty hard from the excitement. At one point when the bite was coming pretty fast my 11 yr old turned around, looked at me, breath lapsing, and said "daddy, catfishing is the most fun kind of fishing there is, ain't it?" I whispered, "yeah son, I think so". Had it not been getting so late we would've downsized our hooks and bait. Gave up at about 8:30 or so and crept around from cove to cove with the electric motor just looking and listening. Found one cove with five raccoons and a possum hanging out. Two of the coons were mating and three were up in trees. I guess he showed them who was boss, huh? Several big fish busted the surface in about six feet of water, close enough to the boat to scare my 7 yr old. Loaded up the boat at around 10 PM thinking to myself what a nice place Kerr Lake is, and what a good afternoon and evening we had. Water temp 46.