I hope thier is more then the one flathead catfish in thier. For a flathead not very big it Haden grown it to body yet waite un till she really grows i hope when you find it again you see it and put the pictures on here again love that species. Thank you for posting that fish
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Late report -
Was out on Saturday 1/26 from 8am-Noon. Checked ice all over, most places there was about 4-5 inches, a couple spots were less than an inch. Tried wax worms on some smaller jigs with no luck. We had some marks on the northeast side (6-8 ft of water), could get them to bite.There were a few other people out in the morning, but left before we did.
Yeah, we were too young to know what to do with it, we snapped a few pictures but theyve gotten lost over the years, it had been dead for a couple days so it mightve had water in it
I'd like to think it was a northern, that's why my line cut.
That sounds a lot better then being some rookie that lost a big fish because his drag was to tight. Lol
thx for the replies.
Your big fish could have been this girl. I was diving today and found this cat sitting on a crib. Must have been close to 30". Huge head. I thought it was dead till I put some pressure on it's back. You can see a video of it here;
Not much else except some 12" bass and some small gills. Visibility wasn't very good so bigger fish could be there but I didn't see them.
Yes there are pike, not many but whats there is quality, about ten years ago me and some buddies found a (i kid you not) 51" dead one and ive seen a few mid to high 30's" get pulled out of the ice
Are there Northern Pike in this pond? My mind is curious as to what I might have hooked into yesterday at Kiwanis while fishing for Bass.
My drag was screaming, Just before it was going to surface it took off under the boat snapping the line. I never got to see it but it had some size.
Maybe a Catfish but my line looked like a clean cut.
I know there's Pike in Lions but what about Kiwanis?
Has anyone been her fishing