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Discussion in 'Channel Catfish' started by slikk03, Aug 21, 2008.
WHATS THIS FISH ON MY PROFILE WEIGH, ID SAY 17
Didnt you already post this? not to offend you or anything.... it looks right at 15 though maybe a touch more
WRONG FISH LOOK AGIN, THIS CHANNEL NOT THE FLATHEAD, SORRY
LOL HAHAHAHA I WAS LIKE HUH? THATS NOT THE ONE I SAW but yeah that looks every bit of 17# but it could fool me sweet catch brother
Id say 10 pounds. You need a scale if you are that worried about it. You can get one cheap at Wally World.
The one in my profile weigh's 17.4 they look close id say mine is bigger though ... lol lol lol
Just to give you a idea a 10Lb cat is around 27" and a 20Lb is around 36". Its hard to tell by the pic but I also say yours is around 10Lb range.
I can tell you it is every bit of 15+ Im pretty good at looking at pics and guessing weights, unless your 6'5 250lbs Thats when it gets ruff :smile2:
I can tell by the head, looks like a big male to me:wink: congrats!
p.s. If you buy a scale don't spend any less than $20 on one. it will either $crew you or it will make the fish out bigger than it is.... nothing more annoying to me than someone claiming their eight pounder weighs twenty
Either way very nice fish congrats ...:big_smile:
Nice fish I would guess 15.........olj
My guess around 14 # Congrats
I used to be pretty good at guessing the weights on large stripers to within 1/2 lb.......but cats can be a little more tricky. I say that it weighs between 12-14 lbs.:big_smile:Nice Catch:cool2:
we had a 33'' channel cat that was right at 15lbs. looks to be about what yours is.
Looks to me like 12 to 14lbs on a guess weight.
I would say 15 to 17
are you holding it towards the camera? this one is 24 pounds even on a digital scale, she was full of baby carp and eggs. yours looks longer. it's hard to guess the weight on cats man.