Redtail catfish in Brazil, big cats on light tackle, and pontoon boat catfishing are just a few of the many stories included in this month’s issue of CatfishNow. It has been said that variety is the spice of life and it is definitely available in the sport of catfishing.
Channel cat are the most abundant species of catfish in U.S. waters. Approximately 8 million anglers target them annually for the dinner table and for sport. This month’s issue of CatfishNow celebrates the popular fish and offers proven techniques to catch them.
Given the number of women that love to catfish it’s a pleasure to dedicate an issue of Catfish Now to the ladies of the sport. In this issue Ann White shares her knowledge of live bait and how to care for it; Capt. Brad Durick shares his experiences as a guide fishing with lady anglers; and Ron Presley chronicles how one lady angler became passionate about the sport. Other lady anglers contribute videos and catfish tips.
The June issue of CatfishNow ventures off the beaten path. Keith “Catfish” Sutton offers a story on floodwater crawfish and catfish. Glenn Flowers tells readers how he uses floats to catch flatheads. Ron Presley brings a story about fishing a tailrace in flooding conditions.
From flatheads to blue cats, from the Ohio River to Wheeler Lake, this month’s issue of Catfish Now has something for everyone.
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.