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    Those goldfish make Good catfish bait!
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    Looks like a very cool shop. How is the yellow cat fishing on the lower Trinity? I can't really see bothering to keep bait alive unless I was targeting them specifically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkjug View Post
    Looks like a very cool shop. How is the yellow cat fishing on the lower Trinity? I can't really see bothering to keep bait alive unless I was targeting them specifically.
    Not sure Yan... But anytime you want to go I'll go with you... I've only caught large blues, channels & I have seen a yellow been pulled out
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    Sounds like a plan, lets load up on some live goldies and hit it sometime.

    I have only caught one and would like to get another. They are cool fish for sure. Ugly and pretty at the same time.

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    Is that a snake?!
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    You didn't know I eat snake too?

    Kidding. LOL, I think we've been over this in another thread.

    I use RR scrap iron as jugline weights, and my favored pieces are the "W" shaped ones that are just the right size and weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkjug View Post
    You didn't know I eat snake too?

    Kidding. LOL, I think we've been over this in another thread.

    I use RR scrap iron as jugline weights, and my favored pieces are the "W" shaped ones that are just the right size and weight.
    I bet it give's jugline poachers a big shock when he pulls that snake up!
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    Nice place.Welcome!
    Beer,its not just for breakfast

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    i have used jj last 3 trips out in upper trinity bay. first this is a top notch operation and prices are very very reasonable. i have no interest or even seen whoever owns it. just know $12 quart for shrimp and free bag of ice is a great deal any where on the coast. also been looking for a 3.5 cast net for a couple weeks (every ones out) about $22 its in my boat now..

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