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How do you rig a catfish in a river?

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To rig, tie your mainline to one eye of a three-way swivel. To one of the remaining two eyes, attach a short 12-18 inch piece of line and then secure a ½ to 2 ounce donut sinker (depending on depth and current). To the last eye, tie another 2-4 foot piece of line, and then your hook.

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