Headed over to my honeyhole to catch some bass before going to work but something completely unexpected happened. Using my trusty black berkeley sinking minnow (t-rigged), first cast into the pool under a manmade waterfall catches this little guy so I thought it's a good start.
I then moved over to the rocks where a school of sunfish are always present. A few seconds after, something takes the berkeley. It felt heavy and I knew it wasn't a bass but a cat. Soon after, 2 other cats joined in and kept launching at the bait sticking out of the hooked cat's mouth. Never seen such a frenzy especially at this little pond. Guess it's true that hot weather really turns cats on. Ended up catching 2 more (7-8lb ea) but it kinda sucked because I only had about an hour to fish and each of them took about 15 mins to bring in on a 6lb line. They kept coming to a point I had to dodge 'em. I've never caught catfish on this type of lure or senkos. The other day, I almost caught a pike with the same lure (chartreuse color). This thing works so much better than senkos and evidently versatile. Only bad thing is that they stink up my tacklebox.
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