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Fishermen use slat traps, rotten cheese for catfish

Posted: Sunday, June 6, 2010 10:00 am

For sale: 5 gallons of stinking, rotten cheese, $35. “It’s absolutely horrible-smelling cheese,” says Sam Thomas of Pike County.

He’s right. But he sells plenty, and the wooden fish traps to go along with it.

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