I was pondering the way catfish start biting when I am fishing. Seems like you can get on a pod of Blues and sometimes you have to wake them up so to speak to get them to start feeding on your baits. I have heard other catmen say the same thing. So after some thought I wanted to ask this question: What my theory or question is, do you think a Bluecat gives off some sort of phermone or scent in the water when it starts feeding, kind of like bees do? or is it just the noise of them feeding? Or maybe give an under water bark or oink like a pig when he feeds? Seems like you can start getting lots of action after you catch one or two fish in close proximity of eachother, then it is almost like a feeding frenzy. I have had this happen and actually had to start fishing with fewer poles because I could not keep up with the ones I started out using. What do you guys think? I ask this in part because alot of the Blues I have caught have bulging full stomachs and it would seem they could not even get anymore in their stomachs, yet they will agressively attack when others are feeding.