1. upgraded to a bigger tackle box finally!! before this I had to carry around a small tackle box then plastic grocery bags with all my line and pliers, scissors, knife, ...more snips, hand sanitizer, and anything else I would bring depending on what I'm fishing for. Also keeps my pre lined lures tangle free for ease of switching out different lures quickly.

    1. Neil Drummond 0
      oh nice when I catfish with live bait I bring a 5 gallon bucket it holds all my catfish gear and then keep my live bait in that. thanks for the tips @snigaligdigit
    2. Charlie George 0
      @skangobango I have a big back pack for my livebait/catfish bag (too heavy to carry) then I have a over the shoulder bag for my artificial a that I use regularly
    3. Neil Drummond 0
      @snigaligdigit I was looking at them. But this one can hold more than the ones I saw there. I'm going to slowly buy the thin slide in cases and then just put ...more them in my backpack they are convenient!
    4. Charlie George 0
      @skangobango if you do a lot of bank fishing like I do, I highly recommend a back pack style tackle box. They are super convenient
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  2. Details: Channel Catfish

    Was down the bank looking for lures that are left behind when the fisherman next to me said hey you got a bite! I looked up my rod was bent over. I quick ran up ...more set the hook and got this guy. the channel cats don't seem to get much bigger than this near the norristown dam. If anyone has got a bigger one let me know.

    1. Neil Drummond 0
      there are flattys in there the river is so nasty that I've never seen a Sunny in it but I want to try fishing for flatheads thanks for the tip! @snigaligdigit
    2. Charlie George 0
      @skangobango if you have flatheads in that river, give up the livers and try live creek chub
    3. Neil Drummond 0
      Thanks I like fishing for bass more just don't have enough daylight after work haha @rthett
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  3. Details: Channel Catfish

    Caught at Pickering creek reservoir below the dam. Right before we got kicked out. it inhaled my liver. caught it on my new Penn fierce 5000 combo, handled the fish ...more like a champ

  4. Details: Walleye

    3rd cast out after catching a large mouth bass on my first cast! This is my first ever walleye! Caught it at Pickering creek reservoir right below the dam. you aren't ...more really supposed to fish there got kicked out. but caught tons of largemouth and a channel cat.

  5. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    got a slightly bigger smallie today than I have been getting out of the norristown dam got this one above the dam. 1lb if that even

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    3. Neil Drummond 0
      thanks do you fish the norristown dam often? @bpd76
    4. bpd76 0
      That's terrific.
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    6. Neil Drummond 0
      I walked up near the boat house there past the dock and cast it out by the bank let it sit for awhile bobbing it down in the water then started cranking, and this ...more guy hit it
    7. bpd76 0
      how'd you pull that off. That's great.
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  6. Details: Common Carp

    went fishing in a golf course pond saw lots of fish swimming making waves and some splashing. Didn't actually see any of them so I thought it was bass after ...more fishing for about 20 mins and not even a bite we moved down to the other end of the pond only to see this carp about 2-3 feet long it smelled so bad probably been dead for a week. No bass in the pond just carp.

    1. Neil Drummond 0
      @rthett Yea it's the biggest carp I've ever seen
    2. rthett 0
      That's gnarly
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  7. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    My first catch ever using top water bait. Cast out and let it float down stream for a while then started pulling it in this guy hit it.

  8. Details: Channel Catfish

    just picked up my pole as this guy took it and ran pretty much set the hook on himself

  9. Details: Largemouth Bass

    we saw the big bass swimming so we started casting out right on top of it for about 15 mins before it finally sank into a worm. it was around 90 degrees and the ...more water was only about 2 feet deep and clear. we pulled it in took this picture before grabbing the fish and the line snapped and it fell back into the water. My friend caught the fish in July just sharing now because I downloaded the app!

    1. Neil Drummond 0
      @Surf_Monkey thanks
    2. Surf_Monkey 0
      Welcome to FishingCrew
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