Does anyone have a tried and proven way of predicting when is the best time to catch big flatheads? Are there any ways of knowing when the conditions are just right for cats to feed heavy? I've researched my records for past years to try and figure out a pattern but still haven't narrowed it down to any one thing or even a combination of things. I've compared moon phase, fronts, visibility, pressure, water temperature, lake elevation etc. and still can't come up with any predictable pattern! Any seasoned catman with years of extensive knowledge, trips, and numerous big cat catches to his credit should know when to go. He should be able to look at the weather forecast and know from years of experience and be able to say "I need to go tomorrow night! Conditions are gonna be good and the big cats will prowl and feed heavy!" Does anyone have this type of knowledge or certain criteria they go by to "know when to go"? I've got 5 over 30 pounds and numerous others over 20 and still can't link it together and come up with a predictable pattern! Don't want to chalk it up to just luck. Someone has to know what they're talking about. Somebody out there with a high success rate has to have it figured out!