Keystone Catfishing February 25, 2009

Tiny's Guide Service

Fished with Team Remington today. We started off like gang busters. We pert near filled the livewell with fish right around 10 lbs each and after the wind died down to nothing it sure made it nice out there but the bite slowed dramatically. We kinda figured out that it just took longer for them to bite as on the last spot we stopped at we stayed a little longer than I normally would have and we got several bites after we stayed there for 30 to 45 minutes. That's probably what we should have been doing on all those stops we made today but we didn't figure that out until later. one of those hindsight deals. We had quite a few come unglued today also but ended up with 16 fish total. each time we missed one I'd act like I was upset about it but I explained to them that it didn't really bother me cause the more fish that get missed, the less fish I gotta clean. hahaha. they were doing everything right too ... the fish just wasn't gettin stuck good or something. I've seen it like that a lot ... where it seems like the fish just clamp down on the hook and bait with their teeth and when ya get them turned around they just let go and ya just can't hook a bluecat in the teefers.

Bob with a 9 lb blue

Steve with a 13+

Bob and another 13+

This one was close to 14 lbs