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Catch Big Catfish

Catch Big Catfish

by Dan Anderson 0

So you want to catch the biggest catfish possible, a once-in-a-lifetime leviathan, a personal best that you can post on… more »

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Ice Fishing Channel Catfish

by Steve Ryan 0

Channel catfish are big, bold, and beautiful—deserving of your attention this winter. Once located in deep basin areas and along… 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 »

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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 »

Channel Catfish Length To Weight Conversion Chart

Channel Catfish Weight Conversion Chart

by Dr. Rob Neumann 0

Several methods are available to estimate the weight of a fish. Some use length as well as girth measurements. Weight… more »

How To Catch Catfish In Weeds

How To Catch Catfish In Weeds

by Steve Ryan 0

Fish like edges. Channel catfish are no exception. They like both outside and inside weededges. These edges provide cover, food,… more »

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All About Catfish

by Rob Neumann 2

Catfish are among the most popular groups of fish with over 7 million catfish anglers nationwide. In a recent survey… more »

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Fall Channel Catfish Tactics

by Steve Ryan 1

With so many good bites happening during fall, channel catfish can be overlooked. During this period, they move from shallow… more »

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Trolling Channel Catfish For Trophies

by Cory Schmidt 0

You have to wonder if there’s something in the water. Perhaps the fertile prairie farmland? Or could it be healthy… more »

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