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Who says the Catfish plays second fiddle around here?

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Within the 184 forums here on FM/HSO the Catfish forum ranks 18th and compared with all other species it ranks only behind the Bass and Musky forums. That is some pretty good company wink

Left those walleye guys in the dust a long time ago.

I’m sure their reply is that they do more fishing than talking….Good argument, but if they were catching anything, they would be talking grin

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Second to none they are one of the strongest and meanest mad fish you will ever catch and we have the pics and the bloody hand to prove it.

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Is that number from the Musky board still count all the replies from when it was still the musky/nothern pike forum?

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whats the deal with ice fishing... don't those guys know its open water season? I just don't get that. SUre, I like ice fishing. But dudes, go fishing now! Worry about the ice season come november

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Left those walleye guys in the dust a long time ago.

Those Walleye guys would not share a hot bite with there mother let alone anyone on a forum so its no wonder they are so slow all the time. wink

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Second to none they are one of the strongest and meanest mad fish you will ever catch and we have the pics and the bloody hand to prove it.

Settle on down now Ace. Let your heart not be troubled. We all know why they have more then us. Cause they are all affraid of the dark that all.

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