“Go big or stay home” is a trendy little axiom heard predominately in sporting circles. Big plays. Big hits. Big goals. In competitive catfishing, it means bringing ‘shoulder-dislocating’ sized catfish to the scales. And so far in 2015, it’s been Rippin Lips’ starting lineup that’s played the biggest.
Jon Orr caught this impressive pair of crappie on April 1 while fishing a Fulton County strip mine lake. The fish on the left weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces and the other slab went 2-4. Courtesy PRESLEYS OUTDOORS.