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Blue Catfish

Blue Catfish Triple Threat

by Cory Schmidt 0

Apologies to the places that follow, but if and when I retire, I won’t be moving to Orlando. Phoenix is… more »

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Channel Catfish From Shore

by Jim Gronaw 0

Maybe they were stocked years ago for a kids fishing derby or perhaps just a sidelight of the local DNR… more »

Catch More Flatheads

Catch More Flatheads

by Dan Anderson 0

Trends come and go in flathead catfishing circles. Night-fishing, day-fishing, big livebaits, small livebaits, artificial lures, river fishing, lake fishing—they… more »

Cutbait Flatheads

Cutbait Flatheads

by Brian Ruzzo 0

Flathead catfish are hunters— alpha predators residing at the top of the food chain. With their wide gaping mouths they… more »

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Fishing Anchors For Catfish

by Dan Johnson 0

Boat control is critical to success and safety in many forms of fishing, but particularly important to catfish fans dealing… more »

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All Time Secret Catfish Baits

by Cory Schmidt 0

Much mystery surrounds the sport of catfishing, particularly as it pertains to alleged “secret baits.” The truth is catfish have… more »

Bobber Fishing Catfish

Bobber Fishing Catfish

by Keith Lambert 0

Most catfish anglers use some kind of bottom rig for most fishing situations. One reason is the ease of rigging… more »

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Catfish Pole Rigs

by Richard Peterson with In-Fisherman 0

Pole lines illustrate the paradox of catfishing. At a time when excellent rods, reels, and other tackle components are being… more »

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Not Too Early for Big River Channel Catfish

by Dan Anderson 0

There are lots of reasons to target river channel catfish on our nation’s large rivers in early spring. Start with… more »

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Not Too Early for Big River 
Channel Cats

by Dan Anderson 0

There are lots of reasons to target channel catfish on our nation’s large rivers in early spring. Start with the… more »

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