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Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? #13715679 09/30/20 12:08 AM
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Haven't seen it mentioned in here, but it has to be the easiest way to catch shallow water channels there is. Love my slip bobber fishing mornings.

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Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: z289sec] #13715720 09/30/20 12:37 AM
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We use them a lot when they are in shallow water


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Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: z289sec] #13715725 09/30/20 12:41 AM
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Is spring the best time for a slip bobber?


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Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: Bentman63] #13716266 09/30/20 03:43 PM
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I have only fished in spring and summer months so I cant vouch for fall or winter, but I have always found that I do best with a slip bobber in the summer months at night when the water gets hot. Bait fish start to pack into shallow water once the sun sets and thats when the magic starts.

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Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: z289sec] #13716523 09/30/20 09:23 PM
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We used them today on Lake Amistad. Did well on Channels but didnt take any pictures. 50 degrees at launch became 90 degrees when we headed to the ramp. 3 foot up to 8 foot.


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Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: Bentman63] #13716784 10/01/20 02:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Bentman63
Is spring the best time for a slip bobber?
I use them in the middle of summer. Especially in heavily shaded areas, usually in 3 to 6 foot of water.

Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: z289sec] #13716806 10/01/20 02:40 AM
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I also use slip bobbers with Carolina and Kentucky rigs when cats in shallow water.

Re: Anyone else use slip bobber rigs for Catfish? [Re: z289sec] #13716812 10/01/20 02:47 AM
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why couldn't you use a slip in 10-15 feet over a bait pile? Or however deep.

I use a slip cork in 30 feet for crappie. Gets a few more farther from the boat.


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Originally Posted by MrRoachie
why couldn't you use a slip in 10-15 feet over a bait pile? Or however deep.

I use a slip cork in 30 feet for crappie. Gets a few more farther from the boat.



No reason you can't. I just use them primarily in shallow water

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