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Do you fish for catfish on the bottom?

Asked: Enrique Monton Peribaรฑez, Last Updated:

If you'll hold the rod and be ready for a bite when fishing for channel catfish, you'll catch more fish, period. The bottom line is you need to be able to set the hook quickly. ... If you have superman like reflexes you will catch some fish but the fish is gone by the time most anglers get the hook set.

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