Me and Patton got a chance to get out to the Upper Salt near the Diversion Dam on Saturday and left very early Sunday morning, only to be disappointed by the Cardinals this evening:sad2: . Oh well, but we did have some luck that night. Started off with catching a very oddly colored 1.6 lb flathead (deep blue in color), it was funny how small he was and he was probably hooked for 10 minutes because he couldn't pull hard enough to set my bell off. He took my worms and gave a chance to "break in" my new Coffey digital scale, if you can call that breaking it in. Later that night I landed a nice 41.32 Flathead off of a live, half-scaled bluegill, and he had a shade of blue on him as well (Its not the greatest picture, but I wanted to show the awesome scale). Not ten minutes after that, on the same pole, same hole, and another half-scaled bluegill I landed a 26.84 Flathead. A couple hours later, when I was just climbing in my sleeping bag, the same pole with the same bait began to strip line without me noticing (no bait clicker, just freespool with a little bell) and when I finally heard the tiny *ting* of the bell, he had me down to my mono backing and he was still running downriver. I managed to fight him back my way, and he became a decent 31.56 Flathead. Patton didn't get totally skunked though, he masterfully fought and landed a 2 1/2" Channel cat. It still counts, right? Very nice night, got down to about 42 degrees, but no wind, so I wasn't able to complain much. Fairly quiet for a holiday weekend, so I'm satisfied with the outcome.