Went out last night at 5:00pm north of St Charles County. Water temp was 67 to 69. It was totally clear night with a ¼ moon. The temp dropped from 75 at evening to about 55 degrees by 2 in the morning. Drove back in the dark, more on that in my next post that I have titled "Boating in the inky night darkness, good times." We were anchored atop a 10 foot hump/sunken island that dropped down to about 32 feet along a massive deep run. Bait was fresh and live shad. In total, we boated 6 fish between 8:15 and 9:45pm, with double that number of hits and misses. We started out with a 7 lb blue (my PB up till that point) and steadily caught larger and larger fish through the rush. I will let DWB tell his story about the biggest of the night (dont want to steal his thunder) but, I will say that there about a 10 second moment when our biggest fish of the night was in my hands, and I was uncertain about if I could get it over the gunwale of the boat. The night was full of PBs in the blue cat category. My PB was something around 20 lbs. As far as I was concerned, mine was a sea monster that ate manhole covers and children for a living. Pictures coming soon.