Well since it want get winter here at Santee we are just about to spawning temps now. The water temps are up to 57.8 degrees when I came off the water today. It takes 60s degrees for big fish to spawn. This also changes the places you would normally fish this time of year. Normally water temps here would be in the 40s and fish in the deep water. The water temps got to the high 40s for about 3 days. Now the cats are getting a suntan. Where I have been fishing in a canal channel 40+ feet deep and on the sides of the canal walls for the fish the last week, now the fish are out of the canal walls up on top of the hills that boarded the canals. We caught 23 fish today in 3 ½ hours total weight of 392 lb. We had 5 fish 36+ inches with big fish 43 lb blue. Only had two clients and myself so we kept 3 of the limit fish. We caught all of them Back Trolling again in heavy fog and no wind at all. I could never see more than 150 feet at best off the boat. When I would Troll off the hilltops into the canal I would quit marking fish and no bites. So I would turn around and troll right back up on top the hill and there we would go again. Next time the wind is not blowing to drift fish, try Back Trolling.