Me-N- gdog went out last night Fishin' with some medium sized greenies, and fished right smack dab in snag town. gdog managed a small male that appears to have been fresh off the nest- shortly after that, ol gdog hooked into a monster that pulled back hard enough to make him stagger.... his rod was cranked and that bad boy promply wrapped him around a log so tight there was no hope getting it out. We even reeled 'em all in and drifted directly over top of him trying to untangle the beast, but it was futile. That kinda stuff causes ya to lose sleep. My 80 pound braid broked like soggy thread on a hookset-evidently had a bad spot, which makes me afraid of the whole spool now. I did macked a softshell though lol. Anyway,,, back to the title... on our way back, is a shallow flat. I couldnt get over the number of carp I seen with the spot light... never seen so many in my life... all sizes. I can't help but think this might be a flathead feeding ground. That particular carp infested area is fairly featureless and SHALLOW (1.5- 2') with the exception of a root ball or log dotted here and there, and some riprap piles near small 5-6' pot holes before you get to the head of a larger snag infested hole. I can hardly wait to go back there.... gonna try to talk Greg into setting up around this flat and one of the riprap holes.... I'd sure like to fish with some small carp here- but that's illegal!:wink: gdogs pic is below.... Look like a post spawn flattie to you?