- Mar 28, 2010
so yesterday, me and my friend took our sling shots and pellet guns down to the slough area to shoot around, not realizing what we were in for! we hunted for a good two 1/2 hours w/out any birds, so we decided to move. as we were going under the bridge, we stopped, hearing tons of splashing by the rocks, in the completly still water. i then decided to investigate the commotion, and walked over. realizing that something, or somethings were under the rocks, i turned a couple over. i saw about 5 tails of some types of fish swimming around under the rocks, within reach. i then stuck my hand in one of the dark holes. to my utter astonishment, i felt a writhing mass of fish around my hand, so i grabbed one out:shock:. it was a brown bullhead catfish, and i then caught and released around 50 - 60, give a few i took home for my tank:dance:. talk about a winter wonder! also, does anyone know what the fish were doing in the rocks, all bunched up? :think:they wern't spawning, since catfish spawn in the summer.