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Old 07-12-2005, 12:42 PM   #1
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family catches 50-pound catfish; keeps as pet


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lol its already to big for that pond...
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They are right to worry about the cats.... and I agree it is too big for that pond. 8O
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Geez, put it back!

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Gotta wonder about some folk....like the German family that kept a pet eel in their bathtub for 50 years.
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Dog food? I wonder if the catfish will appreciate this? I can't imagine anyone keeping this fish. It would require quite a lot of dog food to keep it fed! 8O
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Old 07-15-2005, 09:51 AM   #8
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That fish is going to pollute that pond in a hurry and likely kick the bucket.

I don't even know how any regular angler would get a 50lb. fish home! Most people don't have gigantic containers/livewells big enough to bring home a fish that size.

Geez, a Flathead Catfish? They are among the ugliest catfish in existence!

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well i say its better then getting cooked alive righ? or mabe their just fatting it up...eat!....eat.. eat..my pretty!!!

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