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Don’t quit fishing when the weather gets cold. Big cats tend to congregate and give anglers a great chance to catch a personal best. Tune up your winter tactics with tips from Keith “Catfish” Sutton, Eddie White, and Paula Smith in this month’s issue of CatfishNow.

Catfish ConnectionsWow, it seems like New Year’s just occurred, but we are already into month two for 2019. Time passes so quickly. Before we know it, spring will be here, and…
Cold Water Blue Catsby Ron Presley Taking advantage of cold-water blues. When winter rolls around and brings her colder weather patterns to town, Paula Smith’s thoughts migrate toward fooling some big blue catfish.…
B’n’M How To: Good Fish Care with Ryan Lawrence, Tennessee River Catfish Clubhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYcJ9g299l0
Catfish Gear #013 — Offshore Tackle Planer BoardsPlaner boards have become a vital part of most catfish angler’s arsenal. They were used for years in walleye fishing and have been adopted by many catfish anglers. There is…
Catfish Basics #057 – Move in the Winter – Jody Beavin, B’n’M PolesThere is no reason not to use the same basic bait and rigs in the winter. We use skipjack and if we can find it, fresh shad. But 90% of…
Cold-Water Strategies for Giant Blue Catsby Keith “Catfish” Sutton Winter is prime time for catching monster blue cats if you know some tips for success. The big blue cat cruised the lake bottom beneath an…
CFN How To: Think Outside the Box with Melinda Folsom, Chick Fight Tournament Directorhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUkw0eTrWlU
Catfish Basics #058 – Shallow Shad – Jake Herman, Kennesaw, GAI frequent Lake Allatoona, also known as “the dead sea,” I fish there mostly because it is close to home. Then there is the Etowah River that feeds Lake Altoona…
Icing Catsby Captain Eddie White Finding and catching channel cats through the ice. Ice fishing for channel catfish is as tough as it sounds. Unless you have spent an adequate amount…
Santee’s Winter Blues by Monty Hill Testing the cold shallow waters of winter. I have always heard that during the cold of winter the fish go deep. So, during the Fall and Winter…