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Originally Posted by LEROYDOZOIS
SEEMS EVERYONE IS INTERESTED IN THESE. SO ILL POST THE PICTURES I JUST TOOK.
( START FROM *BOTTEM* UP IN THE PICTURE LINE UP)
Pictures by LEROYDOZOIS - Photobucket
TO START, YOU NEED TO FIND A MUFFIN PAN OR CUPCAKE PAN, WHATEVER YOU WISH.(I THINK THIS 1 IS THE BIGGEST U CAN FIND BUT IM NOT SURE. )
GRAB SOME QUICK CRETE AND FILL ALL THE SHOTS, PACK EM N A BIT AND BRUSH EXCESS OFF... PUMP THE BULK INTO A CONTAINER AND MEASURE HOW MANY (FOOD
Originally Posted by byron9393
There is no way to "Drift" fish a river. If you try to, you will only be cussing all day and re-rigging.I "bumb the bottom" fish the Trinity river a lot. Mostly for flatheads but on occasion will target blues.
I use a 3 way rig w/my weight about 3' under my bait. This way I can "bumb" the bottom or logs and keep my bait out of the mess. I use a spider rig set up like the crappie guys use. Mark my log jams and try to put my bait all around and in the jam w/the
Originally Posted by catfisherman369
I have been getting In-Fisherman magazine for a few years now , and so far this year has had some really great catfishing articles .
Just got the new issue out of the mail box and was thumbing through it looking for the catfish read and it has a great 6 pages on targeting high traffic routes used by flatheads and seasonal movements .
If I can find the article online I will post it for all to read , if not I might find some time to type it out .
Originally Posted by Flamekeeper
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Originally Posted by tbull
Man the biggest problem with that place is they seem to move the buoy markers back more and more every time I go, may be something to do with construction. To be honest we were able to sneak past the markers one night just enough to get the boat to flip around towards the dam, and thats when we really hammered em. Havent been able to do that since lol...I think its rediculous that they cant let a man be a man and get as close as he wants but thats another topic.
There is plenty of cover