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08-05-2016 09:59 AM
dallasdb I was fishing a local pond by my house and had a guy come up and asked if I could let him know when I left. He wanted to fish where I was. He showed me a pic of a 25 lb cat he pulled out of the pond a few nights before!
08-04-2016 07:03 PM
Nerka Nerd I had a friend who likes to fish ponds in the Prospect Valley. He showed me pictures of 20 plus pound cats. Couldn't believe it but the pictures looked extremely authentic.
07-31-2016 04:55 AM
DoctorDooom Yeah man. Skunked like a motherfracker
07-30-2016 11:05 PM
dallasdb Didn't go so well as in skunked or?
07-30-2016 12:38 PM
DoctorDooom
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Originally Posted by Grumpie. View Post
In gonna try a chatty spot this weekend into night to try and bag some double digit carp or cats. Havent fish chatty for cats sense i was a kid. Use to catch them and i remember how and where but with these recent weekend sausage fests they might be hangin deep.

My brother talked me into trying the small lake right south of chatfield last night. Didn't go so well. I have lots to learn with catfeesh
07-21-2016 02:24 PM
Grumpie. In gonna try a chatty spot this weekend into night to try and bag some double digit carp or cats. Havent fish chatty for cats sense i was a kid. Use to catch them and i remember how and where but with these recent weekend sausage fests they might be hangin deep.
07-20-2016 10:55 PM
mriddell
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Originally Posted by Bradley_G View Post
I'd suggest go somewhere where they get big, perhaps the TN river. I like fresh cutbait in medium to large chunks with lots of "aeration" to them.
Toads! Wish we grew those here.
07-20-2016 09:30 PM
Bradley_G I'd suggest go somewhere where they get big, perhaps the TN river. I like fresh cutbait in medium to large chunks with lots of "aeration" to them.
07-10-2016 12:44 PM
shelby granby
07-06-2016 08:56 PM
Dave M
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Originally Posted by RizonHero View Post
I live in the Denver Metro area and I've recently become extremely addicted to cat fishing. For the past two or so years I've been fishing at some close by ponds and lakes but the biggest catfish I've managed to catch was maybe 2 and a half pounds. So I was wondering if anyone could give any tips on locations or baits or anything like that to catch some bigger sized catfish. BTW I release all the fish I catch.
Thanks
Go east until you leave the state line for the cornhusker state. Pick a reservoir and fish it hard with cutbait.
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