That has never come up on the board here as far as I remember, but it's always a possibility. Us country folk from the mountains don't often get that far from home, but when you get down this way, we can probably find a couple of guys to show you where the stumps and big rocks are.
Failing that, I can make you a copy of a heretofore lost map showing where all the good fishing holes on Stockton are to be found...complete with GPS coordinates. Courtesy of a neat mapping program called Topo-Log. I can't email the maps, but when you pass through, I can pass on a Stockton specific set of enhanced maps that may be of some help in figuring out where to start out. By the way, if I ever use the words "east", "west", "north" or "south" when describing some feature of Stockton, disregard every word of it. After five years of fishing it, I am still completely disoriented when on the water. I don't get lost, and I know where I am and how to get back to the ramp, but I would swear that sometimes the sun rises in the west, and sometimes in the north. That lake might even be the Bermuda Triangle of the midwest. Incidentally, let me/us know where you will be staying and it will be easier to make the aforementioned maps.
We're on a mission from God.
Jake & Elwood Blue