Channel: John Deere
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Poor red necks can't afford fishing poles so they have to use their hands. I dare Fat Katt daddy too come down here to the Florida Keys to Robbies and try to hand catch one of their 200 LB Tarpon aka silver king I guarantee the tarpon will win and tear you apart!
@Steve Boucher Yeah it seems logic is just not here with you, CLEARLY he couldn't hand catch a 200 lb Silver King. That's just obvious, and why would he try? and they don't do it because they can't afford fishing poles, they do it for the love of the sport which takes balls to do in the first place.
I'm from Oklahoma, I was wondering whey i have never heard of this tournament in Guthrie? I only live 30 minutes from there! I catch 65 - 80lb Catfish Noodling all the time.
I don't understand how all these guys that probably have 100 years or more of noodling combined have all their digits??!! They never had a snapping turtle encounter? You'd lose a digit easily if they were under the bank/brushpiile and they grabbed you. Also. How come no beaver injuries or other critters that live in some of the same places that flatheads do??
I'd love to try noodling. I'm a flathead fanatic when it comes to rod & reel in West PA. I was always under the assumption that snapping turtles, beavers ,etc, etc were a threat. That is why I am in disbelief that no one has ever lost a finger/toe
@Angela Clark-Charlton Agree. And also I always wonder how they NEVER run into snapping turtles either!!