i'm going to be spending the last two weeks of july and the first couple of weeks in august at table rock lake (king's river arm). despite being a fairly successful river cat fisherman in s.e. kansas, the lake cats have eluded me the last couple summer trips to table rock. i have a few questions that i'd really appreciate some feedback from ya'll: 1. should i fish the deep water (>80 feet deep) next to rock cliffs or the shallow waters of coves and points (<25 feet)? 2. what depth should i target for flatheads during the dog days of summer (how deep should i drop my bait?) 3. i almost always use live bait (usually bluegills and occasionally goldfish) for big flats. is there a better or "alternative" bait to try when i can't get any action w/ perch? 4. is fishing during the day a waste of time? i really appreciate any info or tips that may help me catch a nice table rock cat!