This month’s issue of CatfishNOW features alternative catfishing methods. Keith “Catfish” Sutton reports on the wild sport of hand fishing (noodling) for catfish. John N. Felsher describes jug/float line fishing in in Tennessee and Alabama. Ron Presley investigates the growing use of planer boards by catfish anglers. It’s different strokes for different folks in this mont’s CatfishNow.
This month’s issue of CatfishNOW features some great catfish information. Glenn Flowers describes a productive method for putting plenty of flatties in the boat; Ken Cook follows some Santee Cooper anglers on a quest for cats with a surprising result; and Ron Presley takes a trip across the pond to learn about the monster wels catfish in the UK. Enjoy this month’s offerings to get your New Year started off right.
This month’s issue of CatfishNOW features some great catfish destinations. Keith “Catfish” Sutton takes you on a trip to the Missouri River. Brad Durick guides your visit to the Red River and Brad Hierstetter leads a journey to the east and the highly productive James River. If you are looking to add a destination to your bucket list, you just might find one in the December issue.
This month’s issue of CatfishNOW features some great catfish tips on the three favorite species. Whether your preferred target is blues, channels or flatties, the November issue has plenty of info for you.
Current, or lack of it, dictates the methods catfish anglers use to create a successful outing. Learn some of the various techniques to use for rivers, lakes and reservoirs in this inaugural issue of CatfishNOW magazine.
Phil King is a legend in the sport of catfishing. He pioneered many of the techniques that successful catfish anglers use today. He developed the ability to consistently put big fish in the boat while others struggled. He may be known best for his candid approach to the sport and his willingness to…
Millions of anglers chase after the whiskered catfish for the same reason. “I like fishing for catfish because of their size and brute strength,” declared Kris Flores, a catfish angler out of New Mexico and proprietor of Muddy River Catfishing.