Type: Posts; User: Catfishsteve
This event is so well done and organized. You are able to deliver so much bang for the buck for those families on that day. Truly admirable and awesome!! Can't wait until next year!
We used to catch them pretty regularly at night, over in PA in the Susquehanna watershed. Relatively very close to the ocean there.
They taste like chicken.
The kid's got some pretty good technique there!! Nice job to both of you. I expect he will have his own fishing show on TV some day!
You always kill me, Sam! :2thumbsup:
Well, OCD me, when I did this I actually put a separate snap on each different bait. I would crimp the snap down so it could not be removed from the bait. So, I have to remove each bait and the snap...
When redoing stripped screws into wood, I do it just like this, but I like the regular tube JB Weld and also mix it in to some fine steel wool, work the mix into the original hole with a toothpick or...
I can't remember where I read it, but years ago I started putting snaps on all my floating Rapalas.
This was supposed to improve the action of that particular bait. Or perhaps increase the sale of...
That's heck of a fish and a huge accomplishment on 6 lb test. I would have liked to have see that battle in person.
Thank you, Fish66!!
Going to see Cubs/Pirates tonight!
Yep!! It's all about gravity!!
Thanks for posting. Try tightening your reel handle down a bit more.
That's a nice walleye!
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With crappie I usually try to keep what seems to be the most abundant size. Usually in Omaha lakes that seems to be the 6-10 inchers, if I'm going to keep a few to eat.
That's a pretty good...
You don't need any structure maps for that lake. Last week on KFAB they had somebody on from the NRD talking about the opening of the lake and he was offering everyone "fish stocking" maps.
Easter Eggs is some elusive critters!
That's a nice bass!!!
Channel Catfish... yuck
ooh---ooohh... aah-ahhhhh!! Nice job!!!
Nice job, guys!! This is always a highlight every spring. Sorry I had to miss it this year.