So this weekend I learned a valuable lesson. First on Friday night I was out fishing in a lake targeting Flats and I was using a huge circle hook with a large live shad on it. I had it suspended under on of those pool noodle bobbers that one of our BOC sponsor sells. This was one of the very large bobbers that would be really hard to take down I think it was an 8" or so King Kat bobber. I had my clicker set on that pole and figured any cat that tried to pull that bobber down would self hook. I caught about 8 cats that night but when that rig went off with that bobber on it, it went off in a way I had not heard before. This cat was dragging that HUGE bobber through the water faster than any of my other fish had pulled with no bobber on it and my clicker was screaming. I grab the the pole and go to pull it in and instantly snap my line! You would think I would have learned my lesson there but no Saturday I was out on the Ohio fishing next to a lay down tree that was extending pretty far in to the water. I had a large live bluegill sitting right next to that tree. I hear something hit my bait hard but it didn't run and it had me thinking Flathead. I looked at my friend and said "this is the fish I have been waiting for all night". Then it happens the fish starts to run I go to set the hook feel my pole double over and again instantly snaps my line. No undone knots just clean breaks. Time to restring all my poles no more chances! Learn from my mistake brothers and don't take the chance!