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old thomasville hwy the theres a feed store ask for trout chow 300 or you can get some at k and jay in jamestown by the jamestown city lake thats what the have in the feeders and it works really well i got ran out on sat and really cold 6 crappie one catfish small and one brem all under the bridge hhahhahha
 

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hooks almost forgaot trible hooks works the best egg sinker then a swale amnd then the hook squeeze a ball just enough ti cover the hook dont add a lot of water u will fling it off but it really works well
 

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Im not one to tell ya how to fish but if your looking to catch some really nice cats use cut baits. Cut crappie, bream, shad, perch, bass, ect can be real killers fished fresh! Use shad whole or in chunks..... crappie bream ect.....cut fillets from the fish and use them. Also use bream heads. Try to avoid treble hooks as there a real pain to remove from a cats mouth and can cause serious damage to the fish. Instead try circle hooks in the 5/0 to 8/0 range or tru turn hooks in the 4/0 to 8/0 range. If you happen to get lucky enough to land a monster PLEASE practiice C.P.R. ( Catch, Photo, Release) keep the eaters ( under 10 lbs) Hope this helps you guys.
 

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hey i have fished a lot near the dam end at a friend's place and from boat, cutbait work's good most of the time, from bank, boat or juggin', find some shallow sandbars(structure near the channel)and fish in the dropoffs!! but those lake fish are smarter than yur' average pond fish, mix it up sometimes and you'll keep them off guard(shrimp,livers,doughbait,etc.)good luck!!
 
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