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Got this yesterday. Somewhere between 13 and 14 pounds. It smacked a creek chub on the drop. My next biggest cat is 5lbs. I have never fished for them but judging by how long it takes to get them off the bottom, I can see why people would. My arm felt like I was pinning salmon all day.

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come to bama and lets play with a fer 25 and 38 pounders if the day is good 40 or more if not 10 or 12 if we run jugs its always fun chasing them dowm ... AND TO HELL WITH THESE FELLOWS ALWAYS WORRIED ABOUT SPELLING AND PUCKTUATING LMAO HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS

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get a 50 or 75 lb soft shell on one and its on let em go but fun and cant beet a striper running for safety jugs can get to skipping acrost the water and going deep they never stay down long though have boated as many as 167 cats one day took water over the transom and had to move them around but fun

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