Here's some food for thought;
I went on a recon mission Saturday since I was by myself. I just wanted to depart from the norm and hunt for some blues in places where I'd never fished them, hopefully to expand my bag of tricks a bit. Headed up into a little creek that still had some current to it, set up, and before I could bait all the rods I had one go down. In an hour and a half I put 15 fish in the cooler between 3-7lbs. No real big'uns, and only one channel in the bunch, but it was a steady bite. Then the creek got shaded by the sun beginning to set and the skeeters about carried me off so I headed out.
With the drier week we've had this week, not sure if that pattern would be as easy to duplicate, but I'd bet if you can find some moving water you'd find some blues feeding in it.
If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space!