Fished Monday with Price and showed him some good places to fish and he did the same for me. We drifted around a little bit and caught some small blues. Friday I had as my guest two fellows from New York who wanted to catch a nice one. After hitting the third hole they put one in the boat. Saturday I fished by myself and caught 9 under bad wind conditions (15 to 20 MPH out of the NW in open waters) and water temp. was 68 to 70 degrees. I used white perch for bait and fished 10 to 30 ' of water. Notice that I was picking up good bits off deep water points. Today, Cliff Compton and myself worked one of the longest deep water points I have seen on Norman. We worked it until the wind blew us off and then we headed to two different protected coves. Net results was 13 blues, largest being 14.5 pounds and a channel that weighed 7.5 pounds (what a fighter). Water temp. was 70 degrees and water depth on the long point was from 10 to 45 feet. A buddy gave me some carp to try as bait and that is what we used along with some white perch. It did not take long for the cats to tell us that they preferred the carp over the white perch. It looks like Norman is over the shock of the extra fresh water and cold front that came thru two weeks ago.