When it comes to catfish rigs, I’ve long been a proponent of the K.I.S.S. principle: Keep It Simple, Sutton! The best almost always are the simplest.
Some people would rather be lucky than good. I’m not one of them.
A forest of stubble shaded the angler’s sun-reddened face and his hip boots must have been fused to his jeans after three nonstop days of wear.
Catch the biggest channel cats of the year in water too shallow to wet your knees.
Critical mistakes you need to eliminate in your quest for more and bigger catfish.
Big catfish are notoriously nocturnal. Here are three rigs that will help you catch night feeders.
Eelpout eaverage 1 to 3 pounds and vary in color from a mottled green or gray to black with a cream colored belly, with an eel-like tail.
Member Kent Hollands, a native of Grand Forks, North Dakota, has seen his love of fishing for big channel cats on the Red River of the North evolve into a fulfilling, fun and expanding business.
Targeting catfish in a pond takes on a whole new flavor compared to fishing a big river or reservoir.
Blue catfish bewilder many anglers. They shouldn’t, but they do.
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!
Catfish are known to consume odd things for their meals, so it is no wonder that some of the better baits to catch these fish are quite out of the ordinary.
Big rivers like the Missouri, Ohio and Mississippi are legendary for the monstrous cats they produce. But bigger isn't always better.
You saw the pictures, you knew flatheads were famous for feeding on almost anything, and you shook your head in disbelief. But you never knew the true story behind the photo of the huge cat with a basketball stuck in its mouth, did you?