I was fishing today at Lexington and there were some Convservation guys there taking their boat out at the same time I was. They were setting gill nets to catch sturgeon for a hatchery somewhere to stock the river with. Anyway, I asked if they were catching any blues and he said in the nets they set by the kicker dykes they caught a bunch of 10-15 lbers and one 60 lbs. Said that's the only place they'd seen them. I had to ask what a kicker dyke is and apparently it's the wing dykes that are at about 45 deg. to the main channel as opposed to perpendicular to it. Thought any body hitting the river this weekend might want to know.