1. Details: Channel Catfish with a Hot dog

    1/2oz slip weight with a #5 circle hook. He hammered the bait almost instantly. Weighed in a little over 5lbs. Put up a great fight running under the dock trying ...more to tangle me up! My girl put the net to him first tho!

  2. Details: Channel Catfish with a Wacky worm rig

    Buddy caught this last night and sent it to me, he couldn't tell if it was a flathead or channel. I believe it to be a channel bc the fork tail. Which is it?

    1. Nuzzo 0
      Thought so @Raoul @Lucasmcq
    2. ryan mcdowell 0
      You're right forked tail dead give away everytime
    3. Lucas McQuiston 0
      It's a channel
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  3. Details: Largemouth Bass with a 1/8 oz white swim bait jig head. With a paddle tail swim bait

    2.51 lbs, one of many we caught yesterday at a pond behind my aunts house. Pretty steady bite all evening

  4. Seen a half dead crappie floating down the river, decided to net him and get some fresh cut bait

    Other Catfish with a crappie head

  5. Buddy just sent me this, caught it somewhere in Florida. 94 inches


    1. Nuzzo 0
      Idk what he was using, he's not an experienced fishermen he was on a charter, I'm sure they supplied proper tackle. A 94" sailfish is gonna take some ...more time tho @YaknTX
    2. YakTX 0
      It would take an hour if he's using light tackle... That's not a marlin
    3. Josh Parker 0
      lol... I'm in Ohio so unfortunately I feel ur pain
    4. Nuzzo 0
      I know how lucky! I'm in Pa freezing my ass off while he's i. Florida catching fish like that! @fishON423
    5. Josh Parker 0
      Now that's a TROPHY FISH
    6. Nuzzo 0
      Said the fight was over an hr
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  6. Details: Tiger Trout with a help


    1. Todd Sturman 0
      Shoot it.
    2. Nuzzo 0
      The fence makes the pond look like shit @CalvinFease and I'm thinking BANG!
    3. Calvin Fease 0
      Try putting a big expanse of chain-link over it.
    4. Christian Holyoak 0
    5. Christian Holyoak 0
      Shoot hin
    6. CastsForBass 0
      I had the same problem with my old koi pond. We had to put a net over it.. But who's gonna know if you shoot it?
    7. Cody Palmer 0
      By law my grandfather couldn't sit on our drive drinking beer and shooting chimney sweeps with a 12 GA. as they flew out of our chimney either. No more chimney ...more sweeps though.
    8. Nuzzo 0
      No I got koi fish in my pond @CalvinFease and I'm thinking a 12 gauge
    9. Calvin Fease 0
      I've never had that problem. Is he trying to eat released fish, or ones on a stringer?
    10. Angler82 0
      Try shooting an alka seltzer down its throat using a sling shot, good luck.
    11. Brian Flanagan 0
      We use bottle rockets on seagulls.....
    12. Josh Parker 0
      My grandpa shoots them. As far as I know that's the only way. I didn't say that :/
    13. eastonsutley 0
      Send a few shots up in the air
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  7. Details: Channel Catfish with a chicken gizzard

    Not a bad size channel for this lake. Didnt have a scale or measure either. Decided to let him go even though he looked very tasty!

  8. ??

    Flathead Catfish with a advice

    1. Austin Buley 0
      Yep live bait for flatheads!
    2. Nuzzo 0
      Thank you @striperfisher @FISH_FEST @paul_376
    3. Paul 0
      live perch on a circle hook
    4. Collin Collin 0
      For flatheads live bluegill are a must. I use a size 5 Team Catfish circle hook
    5. Dayton Hawkins 0
      Bait live bluegill 7/0 circle hook braided line
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  9. Details: Channel Catfish with a chicken gizzard

    First fish on the new rod! Thanks to @Sethwillo for the advice it's starting to pay off

    1. Nuzzo 0
      Just gotta get his great great great grand dad now lol @Sethwillo
    2. Seth Willoughby 0
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  10. Details: Channel Catfish with a raw bacon

    Nice channel cat we ate!


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