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Tips for catching blue catfish

Guide Tony Pennebaker (front) and angler Jeff Rice (back) with a big catfish
Luke Clayton
Guide Tony Pennebaker (front) and angler Jeff Rice (back) with a big catfish

This week, Luke visits with Lake Tawakoni catfish guide Tony Pennebaker to talk about is blue catfish, and Tony divulges some of the secrets of regularly putting big blues in the boat. For more of what Luke does, visit www.catfishradio.org.

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