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Catfishing: Tips and Tricks for Catching Catfish

Narrated by: Dave Wright
Length: 35 mins
Categories: Sports, Other
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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In North America, the most common catfish is the Channel catfish. They are so numerous that Tennessee, Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska have all named it as their official fish. But what separates them from other catfish species?

Channel catfish are native to fresh water areas, including reservoirs, lakes, streams, ponds, and rivers. They will usually choose a location with good breeding areas, an adequate food supply, and fairly warm temperatures. Channel cats prefer to build nests for spawning in hidden, hollow logs, rock ledges, and undercut banks, so the presence of these features may indicate a good area to look for catfish. They also prefer to stay out of the current, so you should fish for catfish near beaver dams, muskrat burrows, log jams, lake shores, deep pools, dark holes, rock ledges, weedy areas, and similar areas.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

  • Channel cat habitat
  • Tips for shore and boat fisherman
  • A wide variety of baits
  • Rigging methods
  • Gear recommendations
  • Great recipes
  • And much more!

©2015 George Olsen (P)2015 George Olsen

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Good for the beginner I suppose.

Good for beginners
Not much information not that I didn't already know. Narrator was okay. Fairly short book,took less than a hour to get through the entire book.