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Discussion in 'LOCAL KANSAS TALK' started by rebelzgrl76, May 14, 2006.
Just want to send out a warm welcome to TongiKat1 from the BOC! :wink:
Welcome to the BOC Tongikat1.
Welcome to the BOC, always great to have another new member.
Welcome to the BOC the best catfishing site on the net!
OK, so here's my question....................when rebelzgrl76 posted her welcome to tongiKat1 he wasn't even on the members list and hadn't made any posts,soooo...............how did you know to welcome him??? Inquiring minds want to knowoooh:
Welcome aboard TongiKat1 you have just entered the world of Catfishings best. You will enjoy the vast knowledge base that I am still taking hours of reading time and still have not hardly touched it all. Good luck and hope to see you on the water soon.
:0a25: "Tongikat1" to the B.O.C. Shaina & I are happy to have you here. :big_smile:
Take it easy,
Bert:cool2: & Shaina:0010:
Center12, Don't you know women know everything. Some of them can even prodict the future. Sounds like Rebelgrl76 & my wife have the same skills:big_smile:
OH NO, they have knowledge of the double top secret "man" handshake!!
All is lost:sad2:
Thanks for welcome! - I signed up on this site because from the looks of things there is some serious catfish to be caught right in my back yard - I just put an old pontoon in a slip at perry lake, KS - after 6 weeks of gettin' skunked and havin my bait swiped by drum - if figured it was time to talk with some folks who knew what they were doin!
Lookin forward to chattin with you all soon!
Welcome to the BOC Shawn!:big_smile: Just ask..I bet someone on here has the answer to the question.:wink:
hey tongikat 1 welcome the the BOC
welcome !!!!lots of good people not far from you
welcome to the boc.
Welcome tongiKat1. Get that pontoon ready for some driftfishing, lots of good looking water to drift up there. It also wound be long till the Hogtrough starts up business, if ya don't mind soured grain. Keep after them cats, it will only get better as the water warms.
I tried the hog trough last week - it was identified on a map I bought - didn't do any good - 4 drum and a carp. Been usin bought cut shad - nightcrwlers - and crawdads - same results. Goin to Perry in the mornin - company and tips are welcome - My boat is at DJ's so will probably head up rock creek to an inlet using nightcrawlers - should I change my plans???
By the way - I used to work for the railroad - I can get soured grain by the bucket - from what I have read on this site I should grab some beans - does corn work too?????
hey shawn, my suggestion is, if you know how to throw a castnet. i would suggest doing that so you can catch live shad, because usually there all around by the banks and in the shallows. but you can also use liver cause those really are like an all around catfish bait. good luck my friend!