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In this Bite-Sized Fishing episode, I use different fishing techniques for multi-species such as White Perch, Bluegill and Catfish. I show you how to hold a Catfish safely, because they can stab you with their fins. Plus, I remove someone’s old discarded fishing line from the lake. Enjoy!

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jigging for bluegill and catfish

On a warm Summer day, I just want to do basic Bluegill fishing at a small pond. Fish love to hide under piers, away from the hot bright sun, so I target Sunfish. In the meantime, I get a pleasant surprise of different species. I catch Channel Catfish too because they are attracted to the commotion of Bluegill around my jigging action. Most of the fish are small, some are even micro-sized, but it is big fun.

Plus, in this video, my cat, Hops, guest stars, showing how he is hungry just like a Bass, but more lovable and huggable.

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channel_catfish_by_al_lau
This is my drawing of a Channel Catfish. Catfish are omnivorous bottom feeders, mostly living in slow-moving rivers. They spawn in late spring when the water temperature reaches 75 degrees. Although catfish have very poor vision, that have help finding food in muddy waters through the use of their barbels, or whiskers.

sketch: dropshot fishing

September 12, 2013

fishing_dropshot_by_al_lau

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