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Re: NFC: Fw: catfish

I've caught redbreasts in the Little Tennessee river north of Dillard, Ga on
dark green rooster
tails using ultra  light spin cast with 4' rod on 4lb test. The fish are
beautiful and pound for
pound the best fighters and some of the most fun to catch. This is at the
Ga./ N.C. state
line boarder just wade up the middle of the stream. You can also, catch
suckers and trout too.
robert a rice wrote:

> Help...
> Robert Rice - NFC president   www.nativefish.org
> ----- Forwarded Message -----
> From: "Winn Morgan" <morganwinn at hotmail_com>
> To: robertrice at juno_com
> Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 09:47:49 -0500
> Subject: catfish
> Message-ID: <F14571yEXUIEAOeIiGX00017352 at hotmail_com>
> Hi, my name is Winn Morgan.  I am from Douglas GA, but right now I am
> attending the University of Georgia.  I have just started fishing here in
> north Georgia.  I have a favor to ask.  I have always wanted to catch
> some of these big catfish but I don't know where to start. I have always
> heard about the big bullhead and blue cats.  I just want to catch some.
> My dad held the state record channel cat for a couple of years at 32
> pounds.
> I also have noticed down in South Georgia - the Ocmulgee is where I fish
> a lot.  I have noticed that redbreast are very rarley found.  I figured
> it had something to do with the catfish.
> My purpose in writing you was to ask about the river side of the Sinclair
> Dam.  I have heard a lot of stories about these big cats there. I was
> wondering if you knew how to catch them or if you knew where exactly they
> are located. It just made me excited to hear about big cats and I wanted
> to talk to someone who knew where to find them.
> Thanks
> Winn Morgan
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