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Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by Bigcat1, Aug 29, 2006.
Will big cats take your bait fast or slow?
Welcome to BOC i would say it depends on water temp
There is no rule on how fast a fish will bite. And neither does the size of the fish really have a corralation with how fast one will bite.
Now since statistically there are fewer fish as you go bigger, you could say that you are more likely to get a small fish to bite. Which is why even the best fishermen will come out with a larger portion of smaller fish, and a few big ones.
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Welcome to the Club Brother!!, As For your question. water temperature plays a big role in how fish react to certain baits. But if they're hungry you'll know it.
I would like to extend a very big welcome from the BOC, its great to have you join. As for your question there are varience factors like water temperatures. I am not an expert so I don't know all in what depends on whether they take it fast or slow, but some one in here whill give you teh in depth advice you need. This is a great website brother
Welcome to the BOC, Bigcat1.
Welcome to the BOC brother, always great to have another new member.
What part of Ohio are you in??
welcome to the boc.you will notice you will get fast runs slow runs and fish that will hardley turn your spool. no matter how they hit it be ready. good kuck to ya.
Welcome to the BOC. I fish a lot of small rivers. It seems to me that if the river is up about 2 -3 feet and muddy they seem to bite harder and you can catch bigger fish, and the Gars don't bother you as much. Good luck
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Welcome to the BOC Mike. I think that cats have different temperments just like other animals. I like the mean ones myself, lol. I've had both types of bites/runs in all water temps and times of the year.
Welcome to the B.O.C Mike,you're really gonna like this site.
WELCOM, Brother Mike, hope to hear some great fishin stories from you.....
Welcome to the BOC and I have to say water temp has to do alot with how a fish will hit. Most of the big flatheads I catch dont really hit to hard though theres just a steady tug and they try to pull the pole in the water. Now if Im fishing for channels for some reason at the lake and sit my pole the same way they hit it so hard they have taken a pole or two. I went channel fishin about a month ago and all the channels hit extremely hard. To answer your question I think it has to do alot with the type of catfish also.
Welcome to the BOC. It jsut depends, but ion my experience the big ones tend to hit bait hard and really bend the rod really well.
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welcome to the BOC home of fishermen that catch cat fish using bait that fish eat slow and or fast.
From all the times that I have been fishing. Blues in the winter have taken my bait fast. And during the summer channles have taken the bait fast. But that was also with live 3"-4" bluegill.
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