Wayne, last weekend I was at the far North end of Lake Mead, where the Colorado flows in close to South Cove. We had lunch at the southern end of the debris field, along with a large group of mud hens. After a few minutes we started hearing fish splashing. We noticed that in many areas the carp would swim to the surface, and it appeared float on top of the wood debris, then have to splash to get back underwater. They camouflage really well into this background, so at first they were not easy to see. Is this a style they use to feed, or am I missing something?