I took my daughter to Lake Anna in Barberton yesterday for some easy bluegill fishing. She loved the maggots but was afraid of the fish(only 2 years old). Someone caught a nice grass carp sliced it's gut open and tried to cut off the tail and left it to rot and stink on the shoreline. The thing had to be about 30+ lbs. I bet that was one heck of a fight. While on the subject of Lake Anna, I used to watch a guy fish for channels that regularly topped 20 pounds. He would catch the bluegill with a small hook with a piece of colored Wonderbread plastic bag. Then put one or two on a hook with about a 30' leader attached to a 1/2 gallon bleach bottle for a bobber. Then some kid would hold the bottle and hook and walk around the lake to the other side and put it in the water. He would reel in the line till the bottle and bait were in the middle of the lake. I never seen channels that big, even out of the Ohio River. These fish could even pull that bleach bottle underwater. I tried it a couple of times but do not have a reel with enough capacity to make it to the other side of the lake. Anyone with Abu 7000 cat reels or bigger want to try to catch some of those monsters one evening?