Ok guys, I must admit........... I've been doin' alot of bass fishin' latelyoooh: ... So before ya beat me up and think I'm reportin' the bass report to ya, please read on. (pic to come later). My buddy and I were out @ Fork two weeks ago and had caught only a few bass and sometime around 2AM my buddy got a huge bite on his plastic worm. Shoot! we just knew his picture was gonna be on the cover of every fishin' mag. around after he got this hog in the boat. This fish pulled drag like nothin' had pulled it ever before. My buddy was almost spooled twice and wrapped up a few times also. As the Big O' Bucket Mouth began to tire out and come to the boat, we were already high fivin' and getting ready to run to the boat ramp. I got out the flash light and we saw the biggest Bucket Mouth ever!!!!! Only, this one was yellow in color and didn't hang out long enough for us to get a good look at'er....... The fish made another run and we were both excited and confused at the same time. (now remember- we are fishin' plastic worms) but we both saw a Flat Head Catfish come up just a minute ago. After what seemed to be a fight that went on all night the Cat gave up and made it into the boat..... Turns out the New State Record Large Mouth did not fall and there will be no magizine covers :sad2: . BUT to our amazment he had landed a 25lb. Flat Head on a plastic worm from our favorite bass hole. We have fished this very spot for almost 19 years and had only caught one other cat there. I did that last month it was a very nice Channel Cat. caught on the very same kind of plastic worm. Some of ya'll now my favorite worm to use is a "brush hog" made by Zoom. So I guess the moral of the story is: Ya can take the catfisherman away form the catfishin' but ya can't take the cattin' away from the catfishermen:cool2: .