Im off to cannelton right NOW!

Discussion in 'INDIANA RIVERS TALK' started by OhioRiver, May 24, 2009.

  1. OhioRiver

    OhioRiver New Member

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    Im gonna spend a good amount of time fishin.. TTYALL LATER! lol
     
  2. fishassasin

    fishassasin New Member

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    what only fishing no time spent on catching thats a shame. oh by the way good luck and catch a big one ... remember cpr!!!!
     

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    =] No weight scales =[ Not a bad night... Only 1 catfish. Some guys caught a small flathead lastnite, and then this morning a guy in a boat was catching 30+ lbers like they were nothin. I dont know how he did it. He wasnt very far from where we were!
     

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    oh yea, thats my first blue. :)... Ive always had bad luck catching a blue. The channel cats ALWAYS found my bait first.

    So based on me being 5'8" and 165 lbs, could you give me a guesstimate on weight for the cat? I figured it would go between 10 and 13 lbs.....
     
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    The water was a little stained, but not bad at all. And just a foot or 2 above pool level.
     

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    id say it looked pretty clear by that photo... well crongrats on ur first blue and may there be more where that one came from... guess im gonna have to take a trip up to cannelton seems to be where all the fish are bitin
     
  9. OhioRiver

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    Boats started showing up right as it began getting light out. The skipjacks were literally going crazy. And most of them were in the 12-16 inch range. The stripers were also biting on cutbait. ALSO, that one guy wasnt the only person catching big fish. There were other boats out there pulling em in too.