Gonna try a new spot whenever these thunderstorms pass by and the weather gets right again. Primarily the lake is deep water.....60-80+ feet deep. There is a point that reaches way out into the lake (50-75 yards or better) running anywhere from 9 to 15 feet deep, dropping off to 60' of water on both sides. The water also drops drastically on the end of this point. There doesnt seem to be any cover at all running along this flattened ridge (probably 50 yards wide) but I still though about trying to set up on top of the ridge fishing the edge of the drop off. For you more experienced catfishermen, am I wasting time fishing where there's no cover or does this seem practical for catching channels and blues? In other places in the lake there are tree shelters that still has lots of underwater tree stumps that I've been fishing edges of but was thinking about looking elsewhere. BTW, I'll be fishing late afternoon/night time after the boat traffic has left the lake. Should I be looking for deeper water to fish (such as 20 foot ledges dropping off to deeper water) or would you guys think the cats would venture onto this hump looking for food at nite? Thanks.