I made my round down to Otay today in anticipation of the rainy day bite that I look forward to every year. Things started off rough for me though as I had car problems on my way and had to get help in Escondido. After leaving early this morning and then waiting for a shop to open I did not get on the water until 1130am. That was fine though because Whenever I arrive at SD Lakes at 11-12 I seem to do better than if I arrived in the morning anyways.:big_smile: I meet up with Catmando on his hole and picked up a Catmando bag we set up and then off to my spot I went. Since I was late my plan had to change and I decided to give each spot 25 minutes and if no bite than move on. First stop was blank, so I went Harvey arm for nothing after 2 stops. Rain was pouring so I said I will take at least 30 minute to look around and find a school. I put the finder on to check out spots here and there. Saw a mess of fish in 35 feet of water that were all suspended and what looked like smaller baitfish as well. I said to myself some of this has to be catfish that deep so I set up and fished the spot and what do you know, wide open catfishing. I picked up my limit there and toped out with a 13-14 pound blue, 10 pound channel, and 3 more channels in the 5-6 pound range. All on Catmando. Had a good opportunity on a trophy blue but he spit the hook so the big blues were in the spot as well. If I would have had a partner today we could have caught close to a hundred pound stringer the fish were so wide. All in the pouring rain. Had a good time out there today and may go back real soon and get the one that spit the hook.