Old fish, new fish, bold fish, blue fish. It seems that Dr. Seuss was on to something when he wrote Red Fish Blue Fish. Take catfish, for example. They're blue, big and bold. But how do you go about making the big catch? Find out by taking this quiz.
Question 1 of 20
Why should you bring a partner when you go catfishing?
Question 2 of 20
What does the amount of weight you need depend on?
Question 3 of 20
If you use minnows as bait, should they be alive or dead?
Question 4 of 20
Whatever bait you use, what do you have to consider?
Question 5 of 20
A large float that has a fishing line hanging down into the water is called a:
Question 6 of 20
Why is jug fishing appealing for children?
Question 7 of 20
What is the advantage of using anchored jug lines?
Question 8 of 20
What do free-floating jug lines have attached to the ends?
Question 9 of 20
If you want to go jug fishing in Kansas, what do you have to be aware of?
Question 10 of 20
When using a trotline, what can you attach one end of it to?
Question 11 of 20
Where do you attach the weights on a trotline?
Question 12 of 20
While working the trotline, which of these items will you need?
Question 13 of 20
How deep should the water be for trotline fishing?
Question 14 of 20
How many hooks are usually on a throw line?
Question 15 of 20
Why would you stretch the throw line out on the bank before you start?
Question 16 of 20
In many states, you are required to tag your line. What must be on the tag?
Question 17 of 20
The largest captive blue catfish, Big Blue, lived until November 2008. How old was it when it died?
Question 18 of 20
A rope swing going down into the water with some bait on it is called:
Question 19 of 20
To successfully do limb line fishing, what do you have to know about the bait?
Question 20 of 20