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Old 09-14-2013, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm here fishing with my son at our normal night fishing spot. Normally the cats are small but abundant. The water is a foot to two feet higher than normal and the night air is crisp and cool.

We have thrown everything in the book at these guys... livers, hot dogs, commercial stink bait.... not a bite in two hours.

We have moved from the nice lighted spot to the "drainage inlets" and back again. Just no action at all... from my experience cats love cool nights and rising waters. Such is not the case tonight.

Any ideas?
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look for a muddy inlet to the lake and use worms. many times that is where the cats are and what the cats are eating there
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Good thought.... we were fishing the muddy inlet, but didn't have any worms....

Did end up catching a little baby cat though.... cute little bugger. Ill post pix Monday, and TOMORROW Ill be buying nightcrawlers and hitting up some inlets around town.

Thanks again.
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Thinking about hitting up a couple ponds today with the boy. As overcast and cool as it is today, we may be able to get some kitties in daylight hours.

Wonder if there are still any kitties in Twin Lakes or RMPL?
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