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Five Pound Catfish Fights with Remote Control Fishing Boat!

17 Aug

What do you get when you mix fishing and remote control boats? Rc Fishing,…….or remote control fishing. Watch as these guys deploy their rc fishing boat called The Radio Ranger, fishing line hook, and bait. How do they attach their fishing line to the rc boat, with The RC Fishing Pole. Made by Fish Fun Co., The RC Fishing Pole attachs to any remote control boat and turns it into a remote control fishing boat. The Rc Fishing Pole allows you to extend your line far from the back of the rc boat, and has two features. One, you can tie a piece of line on the end and troll with a small hook, when you get a bite you drive the fish in tow to the shore. You can also use the line release, so instead of casting with your fishing pole, your line goes on the end of the Rc Pole, let the boat drive your line out, then release it where you want.

We,ve seen alott of great rc fishing videos this summer, but this one is a first, the fish is very big. Almost too big for the boat to pull in and gives the boat quite a challenge. You’re really not supposed to go after the big fish if you plan on pulling it in with the rc boat. You’re supposed to use the line release, then you can catch the big ones. I’d imagine it is pretty tempting to put a big hook on the line and see what bites, but as you can see in the video had the catfish been much bigger you’d have seen the boat disappear under the water.

My suggestion is that if you’re going to try that, then seal the hatch with “Hatch Tape”, available at any hobby shop. And maybe add a balloon to the end of the rc fishing pole, or use a balloon as a bobber, like the big buoys they use for shark fishing.

Back to the video, hats off to these guys for taking a big risk and seeing the reward of a five-pound catfish caught with their Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat!

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