I went out and took a young man with me that was bank fishing and not doing so well. We wound up with 14 keepers that were just good eater size. That was three days ago and then I went out yesterday evening for a while and got 7 more. All were taken on chicken livers Schoe
Hello brothers i have been thinking about coming down to illinois to fish the rock are there any dams that are good fishn for flats any advice would be appreciated. Oh yeah i dont have a boat a good pair of wadders though
Hey Catfish WEIRDO, Let us know when you would be coming down this way and maybe we can have a get together of some kind. By the way, where are you coming down from as there is no info in your personal profile? Schoe
Why isn't there a thread in the states thread for Wisconsin or did I miss it?
My future son in law goes to WI. for big cat - up near you and say's it's better than the Rock - of corse he's one of those [email protected]$$ hunters and I don't think he even looks for cats down here!
Chuckb - YES - sent you a PM but with the change over it must have been lost - THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you went overboard - real happy! - I will return the favore some day - Your a keeper - again thanks!
I see WI. is now on the board -
catfishWEIDERO - have you seen the gathering thread about the proposed gathering at Clinton IA. - not that far from you - speak your peace and get some of your brothers up there to join us -
Yesterday, Steve Clark, a BOC member and myself caught two nice Flats off live bluegills and seven nice channels on chicken livers plus a bunch of small fiddlers. The keeper channels were actually caught between 10:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.
I think Steve is pretty busy with work and family. I will be talking to him soon and will ask if he has signed up on the new site yet. Wait till he retires he won't have time for nothing. I really don't know how I found time to work before I retired. Schoe
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