I have been working some and have not had time to go and do some fun fishing. So, I had planned on going Tuesday and I was afraid the cold front would put a damper on things so, I waited until today. Overnight it got down to 30 degrees here on the lake, so I waited until 10 AM to go out, hoping the water would warm up. Got down to the boat and the water surface temp was 56.9 degree, Sunday it was 65 at my dock. That is a 8 degree drop and I figured that the cats would have lockjaw. I headed to the hot hole area and the surface water temp was 61 degrees at 10:15 AM, by 1 PM it was 66.5 degrees. I did not catch a cat until 11:30 AM and from then until 1 PM I caught seven eating size blues. I was using cut gizzard shad, some alive and some from the frig. Brother Price of the Carolina Catfish Club has a premise that LKN cats will not be in a good feeding mood unless they are in 60+ degree water and I am begining to believe he knows what he is talking about.