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LOOK: Bullitt County Man Catches 50-Pound Catfish in his Front Yard


The flooding across Kentucky has pushed wildlife into odd locations.  When the Salt River overflowed into Robert Watkins’ yard, he used the opportunity to reel in a catfish that weighed more than 50 pounds.

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How did the Bullitt County constable catch the fish?  Watkins told WDRB he set a line on a tree limb to sit for a few hours.  When he returned, he found the beast.

Watkins plans on releasing it back into the wild, but for now, it’s hanging out in his font yard.  For more, see the story on WDRB News.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

6 responses to “LOOK: Bullitt County Man Catches 50-Pound Catfish in his Front Yard”

  1. HashtagNoseWhistle

    Rick Pitino denies that was in Bullitt County

    1. RealCatsFan

      RP said the last time he saw a mouth like that, it had a ***k in it! 😀 (And he had a glass of wine in his hand at an Italian restaurant.)

  2. kydrummer

    That’s so Bullit county! LOL

  3. empiremaker


  4. RealCatsFan

    Looks like a shark with that fin sticking up! 🙂 Wonder what kind of delicacies have passed down that gullet?


    Nice Blue Cat!