Netman and I left the dealership at approx 6:30 pm and got gas and groceries. We headed out to Salt Fork regardless of storm forecasts. We spotted a member of the BOC's truck (Chris... I can't remember his last name) who had a guide trip on the way. He was in our... er... Jim's.... er.... th most well known spot it seems (they ought to just pave it) lol! Anyhow we had a few chubs that Jack had caught and not a lot of twilight left. We castnetted for some sparse shad, and caught a few, very few gill, but finally had enough to last the night. We went to a nice location and nosed into the wind.... except it kept switching from due south to southwest to west back to south. It was a challenge. Chris later said (they had put their boat ashore) that they couldn't even hear their clickers. We finally decided to find a spot out of the wind. We found a place out of the wind and set up for the night. Approx 2am Jack awoke and landed an 11lb Flathead. We also had a couple of turtle triangles place in our baits. I awoke at 5 am.... ok got up about 5:45 and got out the grill and fixed us up some ham and eggs. Sometime later we decided to vacate the lake and spend the day on the river. We went looking for bait and had some difficulty (had to get a jump). Bait fish was hard to find 1 4lb carp and some small baits. We loaded up and headed for the dealership to get batteries recharged. Left there and went out on 16 and crowded out some crappy fishermen at Rollo's hole. Bait likes him better than us. We got to the Dresden ramp as Rollo was coming in. He was gonna follow us but had engine trouble. We fished out of current area and caught 5 channels the largest being 8lb 4 oz (caught by Jack) Had fun but we will have better luck next time. We declined staying out the 2nd night because of the weather.