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Originally Posted by catman30
Originally Posted by joe sanbower
Hit the Susky again last nite caught a few fish biggest being 30lb I was by myself so pic of fish is on the floor Attachment 184242
Originally Posted by bigcats.
thing is, alot of the area above middletown where the bass restrictions are there is very few flatheads. so how can flatheads that are not there eat all the bass. maybe they should start shooting those commerane birds.the fish commission now says it is a water quaility issue. people need to face it. the bass fishing sucks, so have fun catch flatheads and enjoy what we have.
Yep the bass fishing sucks. If you ask me there is to many people fishing the same areas day after day all day
Originally Posted by Mark J
Originally Posted by oldwiskers25
Well I'm an electrician but don't mess with dc that much and on a house your stove gets a 50 amp line but your lucky if your wiring inside the stove is rated for 30 not sure how they get away with it but they do. Most of your appliances are like this. This is why I was wondering if I just run my # 6 to the leads on the recept I should be ok
The biggest difference in AC and DC in relation to sizing wire is voltage drop.
Voltage drops quick on DC. 2 feet of wire can often mean going
Originally Posted by Fishsmoke
Hi Justin. Welcome to the site! Nobody else responded so I thought I'd give it a shot. Don't want to leave you hanging.
Haven't fished for cats in about two weeks, not because I don't think I can't catch cats but because I've been busy. Mostly I catch channels. For those I fish shrimp, night crawlers and liver & cut bait. Try to fish when the river is on the rise. Seems to work best for me. Also try and find some structure. Logs, brush, stumps. I've caught channels a foot