1. 14 lb. 3 oz. Blue Catfish with a Bluegill

  2. 4 lb. 9 oz. Largemouth Bass with a live Shiner

  3. Cool ass fish. I've caught a few now and they're always a fun fight

    5 lb. 3 oz. 24.0 in. Bowfin with a Cut Shad

  4. First Red!!!

    12 lb. 13 oz. 32.0 in. Red Drum with a Mullet

  5. 5 lb. 7 oz. 21.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a cast net

  6. 12.0 in. White Crappie with a live bait

    1. James . 0
      I can tell, it sure was.
    2. Nathan Morgan 0
      Thank ya sir. Was a great day. 24 keepers and 4 channel cats.
    3. James . 0
      nice sac a laits
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  7. 30 lb. 1 oz. 40.0 in. Blue Catfish with a cut bait

  8. Alligator Gar with a cut bait

    1. Nathan Morgan 0
      yeah it's a shame. ive seen many carcasses just strewn out along the bank. it's pretty awful. no need for that kind of carelessness.
    2. Bill Johnson 0
      A lot of people eat them. You got to know how ti prepare and cook them. Never eat one but there's a place in Liberty used to sell them.
    3. James . 0
      True, they treat them like they are trash or something.
    4. Bill Johnson 0
      Too many catch them and dump on land instead of releasing them back in the water.
    5. William Tarbox 0
      Great to hear that, Nathan! Good fishing
    6. Nathan Morgan 0
      well there's plenty..I always catch and release
    7. James . 0
      Nice, those things are very abundant in the Trinity River.
    8. William Tarbox 0
      Sadly, they are now listed as endangered by many wildlife groups...
    9. joe dollar 0
      Yeah dawg.....bet he was fun
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  9. Channel Catfish with a cut bait

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