I have been flathead fishing the Kansas river the last 2 years, and have caught a couple dozen 20 pounders, and 4 between 30 and 39lbs. I keep hoping to catch a real big one, but no luck yet. I was wondering what other anglers looked for in a real good flathead spot. Here is my list. 1. Good underwater wood cover, old snags with multiple trees preferred. 2. Decent depth, 2-4 feet at least where fishing with 8-20ft within 10yds 3. Some current flow with a noticable current break to fish behind. 4. Enough of a clear path to pull flathead from the snag. 5. Good flathead spots nearby, not just 1 good spot in a long stretch Just curious what other anglers are looking for in their perfect spot?