In the Bahamas, the sport of catfish fishing is one of the most popular in the world, but for the last several years, it’s been a slow and steady decline.
For one thing, the fish have been a little bit more plentiful than they were 10 years ago.
A recent study found that there are more than twice as many fish on the water in the Caribbean than there were five years ago, and there’s also been a steady decline in the numbers of catfishes.
But the Bahamas also has some of the best beaches in the country.
The best beaches, according to the National Geographic Society, are in the south end of the island of St. Lucia, where the beach is covered with coral.
So there are plenty of cat fishes out there, even if you’re not a cat fan.
But to catch one, you need a pair of fishing goggles and a lot of patience.
Here’s how to catch catfish: Step one: Wear fishing goggles If you’re fishing for catfish, you’ll want to get the goggles on before you start.
Because there are many different types of cat species, the best way to get an accurate reading of what they’re eating is to check them with a magnifying glass.
You’ll want the goggles with a sharp, black lens.
But it’s also possible to get catfish that are pink or gray.
To get catfishing goggles, use the goggles you have on and put them in the water.
They should be worn while standing on the beach, not in the sand.
If you find a pair, put them on with the other goggles and then stand back and watch.
You should see a clear image with the goggles and be able to pick up the fish.
This is how you can get a clear, sharp image of what catfish are eating: Step two: Check with your local fish shop Before you begin, you should ask your local fishing shop if they carry catfish.
If they don’t, you’re in luck.
Most catfish shops carry catfisher goggles, so if you can’t get them, you can always go out and buy them.
You may be able get some of them for less than $10 each.
Catfishing gear can also be purchased online from reputable online retailers.
But be aware that there is a catch.
You can’t use catfishers on the ocean in a way that looks like they’re catching fish.
You must use a catch net, or “catch-and-release” net.
You don’t want to use a net with bait that’s too small, or too large, or that’s not clean enough.
If the net isn’t clean enough, the catfish may be attracted to the bait.
This can cause them to eat the bait and be unable to escape.
You also want to avoid using a catch-and in-catch net, which is a net made of a fish-friendly material like plastic or nylon.
If your catch- and-release net isn-just hanging there, it may attract a cat.
Also, you want to try to keep the bait in the bait bag, not on top of it.
You want the bait to be just barely in the bag, but not touching the bag.
Step three: Use the catfished fish If you’ve already found a catfish, and you think you’ve caught it, you don’t have to worry about it going into the water any further.
All you have to do is remove the bait from the catch-net and place it on the catch, with a few drops of water.
If there are enough fish, the catch will float.
But if there aren’t enough fish on your catch, the bait will be broken and you’ll need to get a new one.
Once you’ve found a good size catfish with enough bait, you may then use the bait as you normally would, but with some extra salt to make it easier to swallow.
Step four: Eat the cat This is the fun part.
Once your catch has floated to the bottom, you’ve got a cat fish in your hands.
You just have to catch it with your catfist.
The easiest way to do this is to take a long, skinny hook, and hook it into the catch.
It should be in the shape of a fist.
But sometimes it’s not so simple.
Take your fishing paddle and make a small bend in the hook, like a cat’s claw.
The fish should sink.
If it doesn’t, it probably has a good hook, which should help it to float.
Step five: Throw the cat in the boat When you’ve grabbed your catfish and have a good grip on it, throw it in the back of the boat.
You’ve got some catfish out there and you’re getting them out of the water safely.
And if you’ve ever had catfish you don,t want anymore, you know how hard it is to keep them away from