Hello all. With all the great advice the BOC has given me, I thought I'd give something back and share a fishing tip with everyone. I have figured out something with the wing dykes being on the river three or four days a week for the entire summer. With so many wing dykes, I used to just guess and hope for the best. I've since found a method for picking some productive dykes, and I can honestly say it has made a difference. Heres What I do. Line your boat up even with the very end of a wing dyke. Look to the horizon, either up or down the river, and draw an imaginary line between the tips of the dykes. Now, you will notice that not all wing dykes will be as long as the others. Take note of these shorter dykes, and fish them. You will notice that these shorter dykes are a little bit farther away from the main channel current. That being said, I have found these walls hold far more bait fish(shad) and I get my larger fish off of these walls. If you have decent electronics on the boat, you will also notice that these shorter dykes have more rocks down current of the dyke ( a debris field from high water) Also these shorter dykes have gone the longest since the Corp Of Engineers reworked them for erosion control so, in my opinion, more resident fish are on these dykes due to more cover . If you would like to take this a step farther, chose these shorter walls on the inside and outside bends in the river. I really think this will make a difference for some of you. Especially those that target the big blues like I do. If anyone can add anything to this post, please feel free as I'm always looking for ways to refine my techniques and maximize my productivity on the river. Good Luck Fishin!!!!