Well, the fishing was good at the power plant! Four of us went down yesterday (My grandpa, Mel, Chad and myself) and had a very good day on the water. We didn't get our lines wet until around 11am and caught the tail end of the morning bite. Things slowed a little during the day and then picked up again around 6:30PM or so. The evening bite was in full swing around 7:45PM when we had to pick up and roll home. The fishing log says we boated 62 fish, but I know there were several that did not get wrote down because of the commotion in the boat from multiple fish coming on board at the same time. Of the 62, 53 were channel cats. The rest of the catch was a mixture of bowfin, gar, bullhead, and sheaphead. The sheaphead were pretty respectable in their fighting ability. There were Gar everywhere, I would love to bowfish there someday. The channels ranged from 1#8oz to 10#8oz. We caught 14 over 5#. When I got out of the shower last night I had a big red spot between my belly button and my sternum from the butt of my rod being there all day.:big_smile: We kept 12 fish under under 6 lbs and left the other ones to grow. We got a few looks at the dock from the walleye fishermen as we hoisted a 32# stringer out of the water. They all wanted to know where we fished until they realized we had catfish, then they all said something like, "Oh, those are catfish..." I guess I don't mind since the biggest walleye catch we saw was 5 fish. Sparky, you will be pleased to know the cut sucker worked awesome. There were a couple boats around us and we were outfishing them many times over. One guy even asked what in the world we were using for bait. From what we gathered they were using shrimp or crawlers. We tried shrimp and crawlers as well, and caught one fish on each. Nothing worked like the sucker though. The plain cut stuff worked well, but I think the stuff in the liquified guts worked a little faster and the bite seemed to be more consistent. JMHO If anybody goes there PM me and I will tell you what little I know from 1 trip.