OK, I have a question, and with the knowledge in here, I am sure I can get a good answer. Due to family commitments I will be camping this holiday weekend at a lake here in Kansas (Cheney Lake) that is not known for having flatheads in it. Some say they aren't there at all, but I have seen them caught on accident either by people trolling for walleye, or fishing live bait for walleye. My guess is that if there are enough of them in there to catch on accident, there may just be a mess of them in there. This will be the first time I have tried to catch them exclusively. I will be using black perch (green sunfish) and white perch mainly for bait. If I can find some river worms, I may use a wad of those too. A little about the lake. It is a relatively shallow lake. There are places you can wade out 200 yards and still only be a little over waist deep. It is mainly smooth bottom, with some rock fishing piers built over the years. The water is pretty stained most of the time. It is FULL of white perch, which was accidently stocked by the KDWP a few years ago, and they have pretty much taken over the lake. The lake is very large, although shallow like I mentioned. It is fed by a very small river. We are camping on the east shore (Heimerman Point) for anyone familar with the lake. The lake is constantly pounded by wind as well (as all Kansas lakes are). I would appreciate any and all comments, and if there is anything about the lake I am leaving out, ask and I will fill you in.