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fall fishing

Fall Fishing: Catch Multi Species in La., Miss.

by Carolee Boyles 0

As temperatures drop, the fishing in Mississippi and Louisiana heats back up, providing anglers with countless opportunities for fall fishing. By… more »

fall catfishing

Prime Fall Catfishing in Carolina

by Mike Marsh 0

There’s great fall catfishing scattered across North Carolina. Go fishing now! By Mike Marsh Catfish anglers catch their favorite fish… more »

kentucky fishing

Kentucky Fishing Heats Up When Fall Arrives

by Norm Minch 0

September is a great time to get on the water for some hot Kentucky fishing — the weather gets nice and… more »

big catfish

Pro Tips for Big Catfish This Fall

by Terry Madewell 0

One of the best species to pursue during the fall season is catfish, especially really big catfish. Here’s how to… more »


Catfish Are Biting: Hot Spots in Hawkeye State

by Dan Anderson 0

The Iowa DNR says the catfish are biting “in every stream of any size, all lakes and many Iowa farm… more »


Abundant (and Willing to Bite) Illinois Catfish

by Curt Hicken 0

Don’t overlook these top spots for Illinois catfish action. By Curt Hicken With its tradition of world-class catfishing, you can… more »


Herd Those Alabama Catfish: Blues, Channels, Flatheads

by admin 0

Alabama anglers rarely lack for an opportunity to catch catfish. From the Tennessee River in the north to the Alabama… more »


Summer Hot Spots for Tennessee Catfish

by Paul Moore 0

Summer and Tennessee catfish are pretty much uttered in the same breath, especially since there are so many great locations… more »


Find Great Catfishing At These Miss.-La. Waterways

by Cliff Covington 0

Great catfishing and summer are pretty much uttered in the same breath in Mississippi and Louisiana, especially since there are… more »

Catfish Eyes

Catfish: What You Need to Know About How They See

by Keith Sutton 0

During a recent fishing trip, one of the fish I managed to land turned out to be a blind blue… more »

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