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Best Catfish Noodle Rig I've Seen!
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rigging for flathead catfish
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I've seen several videos of this particular Catfish jug. In the comments there were many that said it doesn't stay vertical when a fish was on. Filling it half way with water is a simple ingenious solution to that problem. I'm assembling the parts to make some of these and I'm glad that I saw this before I started assembly. Makes sense. You are a smart young man and make good tutorial videos. I appreciate your know how and for taking the time to show us how it's done. Austin, TX
The other guys use 19 inch pipe instead of 2 ft..less boyuant on the pipe end…
Fill the bottom of the pipe with silicone and let it dry,,the weight wont keep sliding down hammering on your eyebolt.
dumbest shit i ever seen
Years ago I made 50 like this, now I have 25 left, the rest never came back up.
Great video, Bud!!
great Info ,
Since this video is about 5 years old I am wondering if the metal did rust very badly from being in the water all the time. I guess it would not be that bad to every 2 years cut the lower cap off, replace the rebar and refill water and put on new cap.
When you change oil in your truck…. Save it to use instead of water… I'd be leary of the eye bolt rusting over time
Good job young man
I'm making a similar setup. But using rebar for the weight inside
There might be two things on the float issue. One is weight. The other may be pipe size. The ones I have are 1/2” inside, and 3” to 4” length rebar
great idea and best how to video on youtube for how to make good jug noodles
I use 2 ft schedule 40 glued ends with 18in noodle with out water in it and tie string around one end and made weights with concrete in 18 oz solo cups with a eyebolt so they don't blow everywhere, just make sure you have enough line to hit bottom
Good job young man. That’s called using your brain. Thanks
Shorten the lower part of the pvc to just below noodle instead of filling it with water to displace the air ???
I made these and they work great! Appreciate you sharing!
cotontop3 made this originally, give him credit.
Just wondering. If you can drill holes in the end you want to sink. Where ever the hole is drilled will fill up to that point with water. Trapping air in the top.
I’m going to try it.
Great idea! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the video and explanation. After being too busy with life for the last 20+ years, I find myself getting back to the enjoyments of life, like fishing. That's being driven by the blessings of 3 grandkids in the last 5 years. My oldest grandson is wanting to go fishing. So I bought me a new boat (yes I'm spoiling them). I'm excited about having the opportunity to take and teach him, and my other two grandkids. I can't think of a better way to get them hooked on fishing than running jugs (noodles) for catfish. Here in middle Georgia, the lakes are awesome for catching catfish on jugs for most of the year. You're going to catch fish which is what a child needs to get them interested in it. I'm building new noodles and have watched many videos trying to get new ideas. Addition of water is a new one for me. I'm not sure that I'll add water to mine, but I understand the logic. I might try it on a couple of noodles. Not sure. But I wanted to say thank you for the idea and explanation. I'm on a quest for the perfect noodle. 😁 Keep the lines tight. Take care.
How about adding cheap cooking oil instead of water to prevent the metal weight from rusting over time. You could probably use less than half bc oil is heavier than water. Just another option. But your idea is a great addition to a great jug design
Good idea putting water in the pipe !!!!
Thanks for this video. I'm gonna put water in mine.
You make the weight a little bigger you dont use water… marine grade silicone.. put the noodle on before you glue both ends on..but to each his own i guess
It's better if you use eyebolt with nuts and washers just screwing it in will pull out with heave fish
That weight is going to rust out and turn to muck inside the pipe. Try shorter pipe and more weight.
Nice add on