Tadpole's Outdoor Blog

March 25, 2012

poor little channel catfish

Filed under: Fishing & Hunting — Freddie Keel @ 6:53 am

When I picked up my jug line, I felt a heavy fish.

Since I was baiting with live perch,

I’m thinking big flathead catfish.

He was tugging and I was gradually bringing him to the surface,

when the jug line went slack.

He was gone?

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When I brought the rest of the jug line into the boat,

I had a small channel cat that had been abused.

The little channel cat had teeth marks of a big fish up to his fins.

It appears this is what happened:

I caught the little channel cat fish

and some much larger fish decided it would

eat my little channel cat fish.

When I came along and started to retrieve my jug line,

he simply release the little catfish to freedom.

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Comments:

Guys, I would like to let you know were to purchase adjustable depth jug lines. http://www.fishingnoodles.com makes a commercial product that is designed with a larger float, 1 inch tube and has a line spool that make them depth adjustable. You can get a variance of colors and parts to make your own. http://www.fishingnoodle.com.

Comment by tim — March 28, 2012 @ 9:32 am

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2 Comments »

  1. Guys, I would like to let you know were to purchase adjustable depth jug lines. http://www.fishingnoodles.com makes a commercial product that is designed with a larger float, 1 inch tube and has a line spool that make them depth adjustable. You can get a variance of colors and parts to make your own. http://www.fishingnoodle.com.

    Comment by tim — March 28, 2012 @ 9:32 am | Reply

  2. Did you let the poor little catfish go ? ?

    Comment by Martha Pengelly — March 27, 2012 @ 11:56 am | Reply


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