Me and Alex (patton) were out on the upper salt just above Roosevelt Lake last night again. ALOT of wind made most of the night very, very cold but I managed to land three more flattys. First I caught a 41 Inch 30.5lb flatty off of a live bluegill. Later I landed a 43 Inch 42.5 lb flathead on a ball of worms on a circle hook. That was a battle because he took the worms on my medium light rod with 20lb mono, it felt like I was hauling up a log! Then about 3 a.m. my clicker was screaming, and after tangling all our lines up I finally beached a fat 48 incher that topped out our 55lb scale easily. He was a very fine fish, and gave up a long fight after taking that 5 inch long sunfish on a kahle. Overall, another great night, but I learned how much I hate wind. It was blowing through my clothes all night.