Hit below Pike Island last night with my bro, Josh. We got there about 4:30pm and fished til 10:30pm. While I was throwing my net for bait he was catching a handful of sauger, white bass, and drum. They were all caught on in-line spinners. There was tons of baby shad down there, most were smaller than 2". So I filled the bottom of my bucket up and put a pole out for cats. I had to use 3 shad on the hook because of the size but the channels didn't seem to care. We caught 10 channels up to 8 lbs. The average was about 3 lbs though. The biggest one was caught on a live white bass when I was trying to get a flathead. I thought it was on, only to find out it was a bucket mouthed channel. We caught a number of drum through out the evening and night. Josh caught the biggest at 8.8 lbs. I lost a really nice fish that I think was a hybrid striper. It took off on a run, I set the hook and it just ran harder. I was never able to get it turned before the hook pulled. It was a pretty good trip, between the sauger, white bass, drum, and channels we caught 40+ fish.