ABO Gear- Bamboo Kitty Fishing Pole

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She loved to fish and could catch them two at a time with her fishing pole. A cane pole was her favorite. As she got older, she progressed to really liking the slots in Joliet, Illinois and also Las Vegas. The family does not know of anyone that could pull those “one arm bandit” slot machine handles better than she could. Kitty loved cats. Speedy would wait and sleep with her every night. They cuddled and he loved it as much as she did him.
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You will bring new meaning to the word 'catfish' when you pick up the Bamboo Kitty Fishing Pole by ABO Gear! Set your line in front of kitty with the three different baits, one wool, jute and leather fish that each have a different texture and smell to keep your cat entertained! Explore Fishing Poles, Hello Kitty, and more!
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Not interested in investing in another cat toy that your pet may just look at once and then turn his or her nose up to? You can easily make your own fishing pole cat toy. Think about how people used to make fishing poles or the things you used as a kid to make one. A long stick, some string and something attached to the end. A toy can be that simple. An inexpensive toy is probably your best bet, although feathers work well too. Some inventive owners even tie kitty's favorite treat to the end of the string. The key is to encourage your cat to exercise. This is vital to his or her health, especially in a climate where many owners keep their pets inside for safety reasons, and the cats get little physical movement. You can even purchase fishing lures with feathers and fun items at your local Wal-Mart. Just be very cautious that the lure does not have any hooks in it that might harm your cat. Most will have hooks, so you may have to search to find the ones that are hook free. The craft area is another good place to locate feathers and string to make your fishing pole. You will bring new meaning to the word 'catfish' when you pick up the Bamboo Kitty Fishing Pole by ABO Gear! Set your line in front of kitty with the three different baits, one wool, jute and leather fish that each have a different texture and smell to keep your cat entertained! Jeff Brown reveals in his review“Kitty Fishing is an awesome concept but it only lasts until it tangles inside or the line breaks, so it only lasts a day or two. Too bad, Kitty Fishing is a great idea that was poorly executed. It is better to buy a cheap fishing pole that isn’t made for cats and baiting it with a cat toy and not using a hook, of course.”The Telescoping Kitty Teaser Cat Toy has everything your cat needs for a fun-filled session of play time. This cat teaser wand is a mini fiberglass fishing pole that extends from 15 inches to 36 inches on real fishing line for durability. The lure is replaceable, so you can keep the game going even if your cat catches on, resulting in hours of interactive fun.With few to no bag limits on these prehistoric creatures, except in management areas or preserves, the tastiness of catfish fillets double dipped and fried, puts them on a lot of tables. With the new fandango electronics, fish finders, and boats that float across the skinnies, cat fishing is all but lost in Florida as the largemouth to Tarpon have taken its place. The neat thing about this stealthy fish is, all you need is time to pass the time in catching one. No boats or fancy stuff needed, here kitty-kitty, just a pole, you, and a bucket. The biggest problem in southwestern Florida, especially if you live within an arms throw to the beach is finding worms to fill your can. That is where a local bait shop sure comes in handy because a shovel and sand equal a sandy hole with no worms. You could try turning a log but this is Florida and I’m into going fishing not snake hunting. Fine Bait & Tackle, in North Port, Florida supplies all that you will ever need in any approach to catch most any fish, freshwater to salt. Operated by retired Captain Ray Moss and his partner, Beth Mayberry, they have the finest selection of worms to tackle I have seen anywhere. I ask Beth about the local freshwater scene and she is an information highway with great customer service too. Ray, was working on piecing back together someone’s favorite reel and was now in need of some TLC. Ray could have been blindfolded and doing the same job, as he talked with me about his new shop in North Port. I purchased the worms, bid my good byes and headed home to “get it on” and head down to the waters edge with all baits in hand.