“I can’t get it,” Avery says, “I can’t get it.”
Did you know that it's a crime to "noodle" a catfish in Texas? Oh, you don't know about noodlin'? Also called "hogging" or "grabbing," it's when you reach your hand into an underwater hole, jam your fist into a catfish's throat, pull the sombitch out of the water and then do whatever it is you do after catching a fish with your bare hands. The crime is currently a misdemeanor in Texas, and could come with as much as a $500 fine. But that could soon change.
A very important bill landed on Texas Governor Rick Perry's desk yesterday — one that would make it a a crime to lie about the size of a fish caught in a freshwater or saltwater tournament. Apparently this is a widespread problem in the Semiautonomous Region of Texas, and one that has lately rocked the world of high-stakes professional angling.
Watch as thousands of Fisherman rush into a small lake in a frantic frenzy to empty it's contents in only a matter of seconds.
On tonight's episode of Sarah Palin's Alaska, she and daughter Bristol went commercial halibut fishing. During their trip, both ladies got the chance to kill their very own fish with a club—how cute! Watch the (graphic) video inside.
In this video occasional nature documentarian Gavin McInness shows you how to catch a fish using nothing but a human worm. Sounds simple enough, but the real trick is in properly unhooking the fish after capture. Instructions below:
What's better than fishing in the great outdoors? Watching this guy fish/fail instead.