Put in on the Congaree about 7:00pm yesterday. Fished for bream for bait until about 9:00. Set up anchor just after dark on the Santee about 2 miles down stream from the convergence of the Congaree and Wateree. Caught an 8lb blue at the first stop but things seamed slow. Pulled anchor and started working our way back up stream. Caught 5 more in the 5-15lb range before 2:30am. Just decided to make our last stop when whammo - the wife ties into a 30 lb blue!!! I had just dozed back off when I was rudely awakened by the bait click. Set the hook on a 34lb flat head. I told the wife I was whipped but her comes 4:00 am and I'm back up reeling in a 56lb blue. Blistered my thumb on the spool trying to stop him from making it into heavier cover but I think I'll survive. Caught two more little channels this morning. I'm whipped today and my boat stinks to high heaven but that's what I bought it for and man what fun!!! All fish were caught on bream (mostly live but 3 on cut bait). Tried some cut herring and a few shrimp I brought back from the beach but those lines didn't even get a nibble all night. PS any suggestions on a better set of scales. I've got a digital set but they only go to 50lbs and my brasss spring set is hard to read. Trying to hold those rascals up in the wee morning and get a good reading will flat wear you out.