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‘Noodle’ perfect for catfish

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Cutting swimming pool floaties, or “noodles” into three equal sections provides just the ticket for rigs that are catching on for targeting catfish.

There’s something about catching catfish that has always been exciting to me. As kids cutting our teeth on fishing, my brother, two cousins and I spent many summer nights setting out catfish hooks on Molido Creek in back of our Goldonna homes.
Part of the intrigue was camping out down by the creek in the woods while we tended our lines. It didn’t matter that the catfish we caught were bullheads – “mudcats” to us – it was thrilling to approach a pole, shine the light on it and see it whipping around indicating a fish had taken the bait.

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