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Channel Catfish: Harpeth River

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Date Caught: July 10 2006
Location: Harpeth River
State: Tennessee
Fish: Channel Catfish
Photo Description: Nice channel cat around 15 inches long. Throat hooked; fish was released with hook in its throat. Bait: live shiner; Hook: Eagle Claw Lazer Sharp 2/0 Kahle; Line: 15lb test Stren High Impact; Rod: Shakespear Tiger Spinning combo. I catch my shiners with a cast net. They have blunt noses and resemble suckers/redhorse.
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Catman | Posted: September 26, 2006

fish in the Harpeth, like buffalo and carp, grow to 15 lbs. Bass and catfish grow to 5lb. My biggest cat was about 4 and largemouth bass about 3.5. It is a smaller stream but the fishing is good.

Jennifer Woodcock | Posted: September 24, 2006

Looks like nothing is over a pound in the Harpeth River. Are you sure it isn't a small stream? Usually on a river, the fish are much bigger.

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