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Monday, July 16, 2007

Noodlin'

Posted By on Mon, Jul 16, 2007 at 10:53 AM

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It's been covered a lot, but I never get tired of reading about folks sticking their appendages down murky holes in hopes of a catfish biting down. Future Ark. Times A&E contributor Sam Eifling files a nice piece from the 8th Annual Oklahoma Noodling Tournament in Stillwater that just went up on ESPN.com's outdoor's section. (JM Associates, the Little Rock-based outdoors production company, provides all of the section's coverage.)

There's talk of skull-chomping beavers, at least two instances of noodlers diving with cigarettes and cigars firmly between their teeth and of course lots of catfish wrasslin'. Plus, loads of great photos like the one above.
 

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