I was fishing one of my honey holes all day yesterday, getting tiney bites non stop. obviously these were very small catfish hitting my bait. I usually dont set the hook with these small fish, because I use 2-inch hooks, and dont want to risk taking an eye out or hurting it. Or the smaller fish will often peck at it like a bird, and 50% of the time the hook wont set anyway, and it wastes bait. My question is, i know we all have time limits on how long we'll wait for a bite before moving to another location. But do any of you have limits on how long you put up with the small schools hitting ur bait, before moving to search for larger fish? Usually if I sit and wait it out, the bigger cats will move in eventually. But this wasnt the case yesterday. I sat it out all day and didnt get a single bite that was worth pulling in. I assume a small bite is better than no bite. But is it?