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    saundecw
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    Welcome jwevansv

    Welcome to FishingTx jwevansv!! Where do you fish and what do you like to fish for? Share some fishing adventures and enjoy the site.

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    :welcome: welcome jwevansv!!:welcome:
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    Hello everybody,

    I just stumbled upon this great fishing site while trying to do some research on how to catch some HUGE catfish. I live in Kingwood and on a small lake and catch some decent sized cats most of the time I try. But Kingwood Lakes is small therefore the cats can't get too large. I want to land a BIG cat somewhere close to the Lake Houston area but I don't have a boat. I don't mind fishing from the shore but I can't seem to locate a great spot to land that 20+ pounder. I would rather catch one on a pole but a trot-line or jug would suffice. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    Senior Member Master in FishingTX reedlv's Avatar
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    You can catch big cats on the smallest of baits, but typically the little fish will get it before them. If you want to fish for large catfish. You will spend a little more time between bites. I would recommend that if you locate a place with plenty of fish. Fish a couple of poles with live perch. I would recomend a rig with a 5/0-7/0 hook.
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    jwevansv
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    For some reason I am stuck on treble hooks for cats. I would like to see a poll as to what the majority of catfisherman/woman use for hooks: treble or single? I have had great success on trebles and I know singles work just as well, I just like the extra hooks. Thanks for your input Reedlv.

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    Welcome jwevansv. The people here are great and a wealth of knowledge. I am sure you will enjoy the site as I am since I joined.
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    Welcome to Fishingtx!!!

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