Have you tried to help yourself at all ?
Do a search in the archieves , spend a little money in the local bait shops and then ask them some questions , talk to other fishermen you meet on the water , get Mulladys Sportsmen letter maps for access points , or the Fishing Hot Spots map , or best of all get out and fish and find out for yourself .
The best way to learn is time on the water backed up by research into the subject at hand . There are a lot of good books and videos availible on catfish . There are online sources on information , do a google search on catfish and see how much comes up . Check them out and relate that to what you see on the water .
Anyone of those three areas you mentioned hold cats but you still need to know which spots in those areas are best and what techniques work in those spots . The K3 state park is about 14 miles long by itself , someone tells you to go there and you pick the wrong spot and don't catch fish . Are you going to be blaming them for telling you to fish in the wrong area?
I know I won't and most likely most of the others are going to put up specific spots within those areas on the internet . The best thing to do is to pick one of those areas and take the time to learn it before you start jumping all over the river .
As far as the orignal intent of my first post , it was to let those who don't live in the area know what the river conditions were at that point . They could then decide if they wanted to make what for some is a long drive on a busy holiday weekend , that is all .
As to whether you should donate or not , I guess that's up to you and what you expect from this site . Do you think that if you donate people are obligated to answer your every question ? Most of the time most of your questions will be answered but you should also take into account that this is a holiday weekend and many are traveling or hanging with family .
As to why I didn't post a response until now , it was because I didn't have the time . If I had I would have told you to pick the one you like best and keep moving in that area until you caught some fish .
Good luck in your future fishing trips and remember lady luck likes those who also help themselves .