World Record Bait!

Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by Chuckb, Jun 13, 2006.

  1. Chuckb

    Chuckb New Member

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  2. Taliesin

    Taliesin New Member

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    Even for those of us in Missouri it doesn't mean much for bait.

    Missouri regs state that bullhead must be 5" or less for bait.
     

  3. BIG GEORGE

    BIG GEORGE New Member

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    I can't help myself. NOW THATS ALOT OF BULL! Sorry! Thanx for the link Chuck.
     
  4. channelcat_tracker

    channelcat_tracker New Member

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    great story. i believe it but it dont take much to impress me. a pond i fish, i KNOW will hold Iowas state bullhead record and im going to catch it! :lol:
     
  5. Taliesin

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    Hmm... Something strange I noticed in the article.

    The "2 to 3 acre lake"...

    I thought the Missouri Department of Conservation would know that <10 acres is a pond and >10 is a lake?

    Either way, it's a huge bullhead, especially to come out of a pond that small.
     
  6. catseeman

    catseeman New Member

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    I probably eat a state record fish once it was a 4 1'2 lbs bullhead. tastee
     
  7. GaryF

    GaryF New Member

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    Wow, that's only 25 miles from me. I may have to go bullheading soon :eek:oooh:
     
  8. photocat

    photocat New Member

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    i thought the 2lb bullies i keep catching were big for them... hmmm

    Sounds like the flats took care of all the competition for food by eating the small bait stealer bullheads in the lake... or eating enough that the big bulls could get some GOOD food
     
  9. Taliesin

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    Pretty sure there were no flats in this pond. The article said it was between 2 and 3 acres in size.