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    Here's a few Tillery catfish .
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    A few more Recent Pics
    These are from Tillery also.
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    NICE!!!
    AWESOME TC, I love that Rig!! Is that a 1860? or 2072? That's Nice!!! Like that your honest about the weight also...Tickles me when I see people with 20 to 25 Pound Catfish and say they weighed 40 to 50 LOL..A 40 to 50 pound cat is a Monster!!! I got your Email..I just been trying to get some meat on the ground, Plus the river is terriable right now because of all the recent Rain....Good Luck..Those are some Goodduns
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    nice ones
    Those are some nice catfish.Thanks for sharing.
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    Lowe Roughneck 1860
    I've had it a little over two years, really like it. It's got a 90 yamaha on it.
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    Nice!!!!
    Sweet TC, My next Boat will be a 1860...My buddy has 1 and it's about Perfect!!!! for my type of Fishing.....Good Luck
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    Cats
    That is awesome Tillery!! Those are some giants!!
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    Tillery Blue
    Took my Nephew and his buddy Jake out yesterday, had a slow day,just 3 blues and a channel. The biggest blue went 30.1 lbs , it put up a good fight, Keith was happy.
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    Good Blue
    That's awesome...Do yall Tight line Drift or Fish Holes?
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    Anchor
    I used to drift when I first got into catfishing, but found I could catch more big fish anchored. Not saying you can't catch a big fish drifting, but I think you'll catch more anchored, like you do on your videos. I use a santee rig, two ft leader, with cigar cork about 5 inches above the hook to keep the bait off the bottom a little.
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    Cats
    Yeah I don't drift much myself but have friends that do..Your Rig sounds like the Carolina rig that I use for Flatheads in the lake but without the Bobber... In the River, I used a 6/7 inch leader at times and once anchored on the Hole I let my Rig all the way to the Bottom and put Reel in gear and about 2 foot from Rod tip, I'll tie a Bobber stop or rubber band...reel it all back up and bait and then toss it lightly out and feed the line until rubber band hits bead and then that sends my Big Bobber out in the current...I use a real short leader because of all the trash and structure but still loose a few in it. I love to see those Big Bobber/Floats pop up on thier side before the suddenly go Kaplunk!!! lol....Good Luck
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    WOW!
    Y'all are some catfish catchin machines! I can see by all the smiles and pics that you guys do a lot of slimy hi fives :^)
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