Hi Guys/Gals, I have attached 3 pix of of my fishing hole since they have dropped the lake. Hopefully, you will be able to clearly see the rip rap, fallen trees and possibly the water line when the lake is full. The side I fish from is basically a clay and sandstone bottom, with most of the structure being on the opposite bank. So, naturally, I cast towards the opposite bank. There is a small branch that feeds this cove. There is still some water here that will probably get down to about 15 ft deep or so within between 10 to 20 ft out from the rip rap bank, even with the lake being drawn down. So, with the lake full I have some depths that probably get down to 20 or 30 ft deep. This little cove is probably, only, about 75 to 100 ft from the main body of the lake and is probably around 3/4 of a mile from the dam. The lake itself is very deep, since it is located in a mountainous region, with very steep drop offs along most of its shoreline. Although, I have only pulled 2 catfish out of this hole, one 3 1/2 lb channel and a 17 inch flathead. I am still convinced that this hole will produce more and bigger fish, if I can ever get a pattern figured out. But, there is a major drawback to this hole. I cannot fish past 10 pm because this is in a Forestry Service picnic/ swimming area and they say you have to be out of there by 10 pm. Anyway, comments and suggestions would be appreciated concerning my little fishing hole, as per the structure you (hopefully) can make out from these downsized pix and if you think it looks like it should be a good catfishing hole from either the pix or the brief description I have given concerning it.