Here's some pics of todays catch. I caught bushels of micro cats. My buddy Tom almost got skunked. My comment was..."What? Are you waiting to catch ONE that out weighs All of mine combined?" He said..."Yup." Well, he pulled it off at the last minute by dragging in this 18# channelcat. He didn't want his pic taken with the fish, so I filled in. The beast was released to grow, and hopefully be caught another day. Around here, channels don't commonly get this large, and especially in the reservoir we were fishing. We started out the morning in Miami, Mo. on the Missouri river. The river was out of control, and the wind was howling, so we cut our losses, and headed for a nearby powerplant cooling reservoir. I will include a couple of the cats that I caught for comparison. This reservoir is renound for being overpopulated with millions of dinks, so immagine our suprise when he pulled this in. At first, I thought it was a blue, but nope...just a big, grey channelcat. He was caught on rod and real, using cut shad.