Ok fellas, I need some suggestions, advice, tips, whatever you got!! Heres the situation. There's two small rivers (more or less, they are very large creeks) in my area that I would like to target flatheads in. They both connect to larger rivers (in fact they both connect to the same big river) I know flatheads are in the big river, which is the Yadkin/Pee Dee, by the way. I also know that flatheads will move up into the feeder creeks. My question is, how far up into these feeders will the flatheads move? The areas on one particular creek that i could fish would be anywhere from 15-30 miles from where it joins the big river. On the other river, the areas i would be fishing would be anywhere from 6-7 miles or less from where it joins the big river. Strangly enough, the section of the one river that is 15-30 miles from the larger river produces some HUGE flatheads (i know of several over 40 and a couple over 70, but these were caught by fellas that were grabbling) To my knowledge, most of the rivers are relatively shallow, with some scattered deeper holes and plenty of log jams. My second question, how should I go about fishing these rivers, because i will be stuck to the bank. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Rigging options, time of year, time of day, high water or low water, etc etc.