I guess you were expecting someone besides me to be giving a fishing report on Greenwood huh? :big_smile: Mudkip, Billfish76, and myself traveled down to Greenwood today in search of DD channel cats. No, not healthy females, the DD stands for Double Digit...10 pound or more channels cats. The water looked like swamp water at the bridge. Seriously, all brown and stained. Temps was around 78 degrees and it was really windy blowing 10-15 out of the NE. We tried the mouth of one creek and had to bail out of that about 25 minutes into the drift because we could not slow the boat down enough. We tried some other creeks and had a lot better luck. Most fish were average weight fish, but there were a couple of 7-8 pounders. Bream heads and gizzard shad were preferred baits. Sadly, the DD channel cats were not to be taken today by us. Mudkip was in his boat and Billfish76 and I were in mine and we worked different parts of the lake. We both ended the day with 17-18 channels and we had another 65 white perch that volunteered for bait duty. Interestingly the best bite was in the afternoon from 2-4. BTW Chrisblue, remember when I called you and complained about there not being as many white perch as you said there were? Well, we caught 60 in about 30 minutes after getting off the phone with you!! Overall it was an above average day and Greenwood is a lake I will visit again!!