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Yellowcats? #13266791 09/01/19 12:53 PM
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I just have a 12ft john boat and trolling motor. Is there any good areas near san antonio to put some limb lines out and catch some yellowcats. They are probably my favorite freshwater species to eat, or maybe 2nd behind crappie. I was thinking maybe Dunlap or placid. I know they are draining but I'm sure there will still be enough water to put my john boat in. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

Re: Yellowcats? [Re: harperbird] #13267436 09/02/19 01:52 AM
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Hmm, it glitched. OK, trying again. Try my Lynn's Catfish Calendar (see the thread). In your YC hunts, go for the YC days, but especially the PYC days in a separate listing below the calendar & moon phases. Near new moons are the best.


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