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Tank drying up #12845792
07/29/18 12:48 PM
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Hey fellas coming over from bass forum and would like some input.In my subdivision we stocked some cats 2 or 3 years ago in a small tank and itís about to dry up.whats best way to catch em tank probably down to about 5000 square feet maybe couple feet deep mud or clay bottom.Thanks

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Thatís what I was thinking donít think I can catch no perch or Shad probably out deep what best bait think they got like minnows frozen baits down at store

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Iím assuming that they are probably channel cats. If that is the case, you could use anything for bait. Worms, dough bait, stink bait, cut bait. Anything.

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