Jugging for Catfish: DIY PVC Pipe and Pool Noodle Jugs for Success!

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  • Efren's avatar

    That is awesome. My son and I have been excited about trying jugging for catfish with our kayak. How far do you space them out?

  • Big Smittys's avatar

    @Efren it’s so fun! I just kind of feel it out, typically every 10-15 yards or so. I’ll take a half dozen at a time, and find a little finger that branches off from the lake (where a cool creek feeds in) and just seer them as a little “gate” so as they go around the points in and out of the cove, they have to pass by somewhere. Have fun! PRÖST!

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LOVER of every sort of game and fish, the PURSUIT of every sort of game and fish, and even a bigger lover of COOKING/EATING every sort of game and fish! PRÖST!

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