Fished from about 0730 to 1200 inbetween the Z Dam and Pony Pasture. The flatties were killing the bream when we first got there (my fishing buddy and I each caught two within the first 30 minutes and I missed several more bites.) All in all, ended up with 7 flats total, ranging in size from about 6 pounds to 25+. Of course, when I catch my biggest fish of the day, my fishing partner is across the hole and I was unable to measure / get a picture with it. Oh well. I guess that's what keeps me coming back. This is my second time to ever fish for flatheads and I made a few adjustments from the week before. First, I switched from mono (15 lb) to braid (30 lb) which allowed me to feel every twitch of my bait, especially when they were engulfed! Secondly, instead of hooking my bait in the mouth, I started hooking the bream behind the anal fin (?) and below the lateral line. I was told by a local guide that this would make for a lively bait, and I certainly couldn't argue there. My catch ratio did a 180, and I went from 8 missed fish and 3 hook-ups last week to catching 7 fish today and missing 3. The set-up I was using was a fishfinder slider with a 1 oz weight, a bead, and then a swivel attached to about 18" of 50 lb mono, with a 8/0 Gamagatsu Octopus Circle Hook snelled to the end. Killer rig! Now where can I tussle with some of the 30+ pound fish?