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Discussion in 'Channel Catfish' started by Scott Daw, Jul 10, 2007.
Looks like you have a good fishing hole.:smile2:
they must of forgot the 50 inch channel:wink:
I would love to know the info on some of my holes that I fish around hear.
WOW! That is some good information. Wish we could get them to get off their rumps and do some work like that out here in CA. :smile2:
Thats look like a good lake to fish in.
That happened to me here on the Red River as well. The DNR tested the water in one of my key spots and said it holds all kinds of fish. Maybe thats why I keep fishing it.
That's a good veriety of fish. And a good amount of cat to look foward to catching. I saw White cat on that list. Can't say I've had the pleasure of catching one. We only have Blue, Channel, and Flatties around here that I know of.
Ive heard white cats look similar to channels. maybe i've caught one with out realizing it. I didnt even know they were in this lake until the report came out.
:0a27: with the amount of regulations here and the money they get from fines, they should be able to afford it, hell i pay 10 bucks at a local stocked lake, the nearest free lake is 40 miles away
THATS SOME GOOD INFO-SO WHAT U WAITING ON U SHOULD BE FISHING:wink:
my 2.5 month old daughter to start changing her own diapers!! I havent gotten out much to do anything that hasnt been baby related. but now we've got mosquito netting for the stroller so she'll be going with me now.
Back when I still lived down in SE Pa. I fished that lake all the time for Cat's. All I ever used there were live Gill's on a bobber. It has some of the best cat fishin anywhere in the state. I cought one to big to bring in the boat, it was well over 40". At the time I though it was a blue cat, but the fish warden said there were no blue's in there.
That is great to get an accurate report and not have to pay for it. It looks like you have a "Honey Hole". I hope you catch a lot of fish from it.:big_smile: