I named that place. It's a cove on Gaines Bend where the residents have several green lights for night fishing. Before the floods, stripers were thick as fleas in the 30-40 foot water outside that cove. Before the floods, I could get several big stripers there by trolling across that cove. Now days, you mark very very few fish there. Mostly sandbass, drum or cats that hang out there now. The fishing at PK has radically changed since the floods.
I used to fish exclusively with lures but since have switched to live bait, as that's all that consistently works. I even purchased a bait tank this year.
Places that are holding striper now are some of the big docks at the mouths of coves in Neely Slough or Bluff Creek. You'll know them when you drive by, as your fish finder will light up like a Christmas tree.
John 21:3 Simon Peter saith unto them, I go a fishing. They say unto him, We also go with thee.