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Old 05-03-2009, 08:28 PM
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this is a thread for all the catfish lovers, talk about techniques,baits,spots,rigs,how to cook em,post pics,etc.

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i will post pics later
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:43 PM
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Way to be on top of things H.F. I like this idea.
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:44 PM
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i like being on top of the game. as youu can see
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my bad wrong section...

nice pics!!
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i caught some nice cats in the gulf states ditch before HF, they like stinkbait on that river i think......
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that stink bait dont wanna stay on my hook. i may try running some jugs in GSD.
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:56 PM
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cat daddy what do you use for bait for your jugs and trot lines?
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Old 05-03-2009, 11:25 PM
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where is the best place to catch some good catfish in the Lafayette area? Everyone tells me the Vermillion River, but I have to tell you - I will NOT eat anything from that sewage river... What's y'alls thoughts?
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Old 05-03-2009, 11:33 PM
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there has to be some big ones in the basin, catching them would be the trick, i caught some by accident in butte larose on nightcrawlers last year. i fished a small canal just a couple minutes from the launch.
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cat daddy what do you use for bait for your jugs and trot lines?


If i want to catch some Flatheads (opps). I use something live.. Espically live bream. If an Opp had any choice of bait..... it would be a live bream.

If you want blues and channels, they like almost anything but I find they bite the best on mullet fillets, red carp, and bream (dead or alive).

All this information is whats happening in my aera where I fish, It may be different in your aera.

Im not greedy, and will gladly take anyone that asks on a catfishing trip for free, BYOB. Sometimes i catch 3 or 4, but most of the time I come back with 1-200 lbs of catfish.
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Old 05-04-2009, 07:23 AM
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Nice Opps. Where did ya get those, and what they were biting on?
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where is the best place to catch some good catfish in the Lafayette area? Everyone tells me the Vermillion River, but I have to tell you - I will NOT eat anything from that sewage river... What's y'alls thoughts?

Intracostal Canal.. Come meet me one day
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cay daddy,the intercoastal canal is salt water..yall catch fresh water cats in the intercoastal,and not hard heads??



btw im sick with allergies today..i dont think those teachers wanted me there today..
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cay daddy,the intercoastal canal is salt water..yall catch fresh water cats in the intercoastal,and not hard heads??



btw im sick with allergies today..i dont think those teachers wanted me there today..
Some parts of the Intracoastal are salt. but not in my aera. I can fish intracoastal and catch Bass, Cats, sac-a-lait, reds, shouopic, bream.. almost anything but trout. Its brackish.. you need to come check out my home waters one day.
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Old 05-04-2009, 11:18 AM
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Some parts of the Intracoastal are salt. but not in my aera. I can fish intracoastal and catch Bass, Cats, sac-a-lait, reds, shouopic, bream.. almost anything but trout. Its brackish.. you need to come check out my home waters one day.
may have to make that trip with my cousin..what do you run most,jugs or lines?
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CatDaddy I knew i would find u here.
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may have to make that trip with my cousin..what do you run most,jugs or lines?
I run mostly limb lines. I do have about 120 jugs that i run pretty often. On a good night i will run all my limbs and jugs when i can find enough bait. i also have alot of trot lines, that i dont use very often. I usually set my lines out and go pole fishing till im ready to check em.
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CatDaddy I knew i would find u here.

U know im where the fishing is big daddy!!!! pretty cool place here.
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Cool site, glad you told me about it. When you get in we need to make one of those cat trips.
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