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    Default Bullhead in the Piedmont?

    Where is a good place to try for bullhead catfish in the Piedmont area?

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    The Yadkin River and tributaries have plenty of Bullheads.
    They usually bite better in the evening until midnight or so, worms, night crawlers, minnows are all good bait.
    A couple of splitshot and a size 4 hook and you are in business.
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    Chicken Livers on a #4, #2, or 1/0 hook. Dingy to muddy water barely moving, not rushing. Livers need to be fresh not frozen. Cut the livers with a pair of scissors will keep them from disintegrating. Move the sinker 12" to 14" above the bait works best for me at Kerr Scott lake. Let us know how it turns out.

    Please Don't block the ramp or the dock. My pontoon and crew cab require a wide berth.
    Dave, Teresa and Greg


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    Beaverdam lake near Raleigh is FULL of them

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