To have passion for an activity is to demonstrate strong and barely controllable emotion. Sounds like an angler in search of a catfish to me. Check out the passionate catfish anglers in this issue of CatfishNow.
Whether it is artificial, manufactured, live or dead, the right bait is key to catfishing success. This month’s issue of CatfishNow focuses on catfish bait from many different sources.
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you can’t catch some cats. Stories from Keith “Catfish” Sutton, John N. Felsher, and Ron Presley give you some insight to cold weather fishing in this month’s issue of CatfishNow.
This New Year’s offering of CatfishNow brings you a story on flatheads of the west, big blues from California and a lady catfish angler from South Carolina gets. All the regular columns are on tap too. Start your New Year off right with the January 2018 edition of CatfishNow.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow brings you stories of kids and catfish. Most people agree that the sport needs to recruit more youth to help it grow. This issue is full of tips that will help you provide a memorable fishing experience with youth. You will also hear from some kids that are likely to be involved in catfishing for years to come. Share the passion.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow combines Monsters and Methods to give readers a variety of stories to learn from. Brent Frazee documents a few Missouri River monsters with info on how to catch them. John N. Felsher describes a little used method of flipping for catfish and using birds to find them. Floridian Debbie Hanson offers some great information on fly fishing for catfish in Florida that will work in other parts of the country. Other columns and videos are aimed at supplying readers with information that will help them catch more catfish now.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow is all about flatheads. These popular fish have behaviors that are different than other catfish. Keith “Catfish” Sutton offers a story that helps you understand their unique behaviors. Ron Presley brings a story that breaks a couple of flathead myths, especially the ones about fishing at night with live bait. This month’s third feature comes from CrappieNow editor, Tim Huffman.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow covers a variety of catfishing subjects. Brad Durick explains his own tested theory on how catfish respond to fronts and dramatic events from his laboratory in North Dakota. Terry Madewell touches on tournament fishing for blues on Lake Wiley in South Carolina. Ron Presley reports from 170 miles south of Wiley on the eater sized catfish of Santee Cooper. Plenty of fishing tips and techniques are covered in other columns and videos. This September issues offers a potpourri of useful catfishing information.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow highlights a few great cat women in the catfishing community. From young to old they have their own personal stories to tell. Keith Sutton tells the story of Catfish Kay Emmons and her long love affair with catfishing. John N. Felsher brings a Q&A interview with Sandy Flowers that outlines her passion for the outdoors and much much more.....
This month’s issue of CatfishNow sheds some light on catching catfish at night. Anglers often choose nighttime fishing for the comfort factor and the lack of congestion on the water. John E. Phillips tells a story of fishing the trailraces after dark. Glenn Flowers offers a story on his personal preference for chasing flatheads at night. Ron Presley brings a story from Florida and night fishing on the St. Johns River.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow has articles related to catching catfish in the summer. This is one of the least favorite times for many catfish anglers, but you can still put some good fish in the boat. Ron Presley reports on summer flatheads, while Keith “Catfish” Sutton takes on summer blues. Brad Durick takes us to the north county were he will help you catch some summer channel cats.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow has articles related to three outstanding catfishing destinations. Ron Presley scouts out Lake Chickamauga for May catfishing, while Capt. Scott Manning visits the “Mega Catfish” on the famous Watts Bar Lake in Tennessee. John Felsher travels south to report on the big blues available on Lake Pontchartrain. This issue offers three destinations you just might want to put on your bucket list.
This month’s issue of CatfishNow has articles related to natural bait, fly fishing and artificial baits. Keith Sutton serves up a lively array of bait suggestions that will likely improve your catching. Robert Brun touches on the little used method of fly fishing for catfish. Ron Presley reports on successful techniques for using artificial baits to temp aggressive flatheads. All in all, this issue is one of variety and intrigue.
This month’s issue of CatfishNOW is a writer’s choice edition offering a variety of information on catfishing’s big three - blue cats, flatheads and channels. South Carolina writer Terry Madewell offers a piece on trophy blue catfish with Zakk Royce. North Dakotan Brad Durick serves up some tempting tips for catching trophy channel catfish that apply anywhere in the country. Ron Presley brings a story from Illinois and the “Catfish Freak.” Matt “CatMatt” Jones gives some great tips for catching early season flatheads.
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.