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Female Catfish Angler

Catfish love hiding beneath large areas of structure like brush or log piles. So if you want to catch catfish in a river here are a few tips to help you consistently catch catfish in any river. Find the structure and you’ll find the catfish. In rivers look for a current moving in a circular motion. At the end of this type of current, the water will appear to be calm. This current is called an eddy and the calm…

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Capt. Barbara “Mouse” Witherell, the only female guide on the Santee Cooper lakes, has earned the respect of her male peers by making consistently outstanding catfish catches. by Terry Madewell With a signature moniker of “Mouse”, making a living as a professional catfish guide can lead to some interesting discussions about flipping the script and having a mouse catch a cat(fish). Capt. Barbara “Mouse” Witherell has been a highly successful fishing guide since 1998.  She is perhaps the best-known guide…

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by Debbie Hanson Tiffany “Snookie” Risch inspires women to target blue cats on the James River. Some anglers have a way of describing an experience with such passion and enthusiasm that it makes you want to drop whatever it is you’re doing at that given second and get outdoors to bait a hook or cast out a lure. Tiffany Risch, known to most as “Snookie” on social media, is one of those anglers. Her down-to-earth nature and words of encouragement…

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Driftmaster Rod Holders are known for their strength and durability. That common knowledge makes them the choice of many trophy catfish hunters. They are based on years of angler testing on the water and continued improvements in the shop. With models available for all different fishing situations, Driftmaster products enjoy a reputation of excellence in quality, dependability, and service. Driftmaster Rod Holders are designed with longevity and durability in mind. “We design our products to last a long time,” says…

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By Ron Wong The versatility and stability of pontoon boats have caught the interest of the fishing community. The sales of pontoon boats for fishing have increased significantly across America. The increased popularity is linked to an increased demand for outdoor activities as a result of the recent pandemic. After being “locked down” too long, Americans are yearning for an escape and fishing has enjoyed a large share of the increase in outdoor activities. Whether you fish for catfish, bass,…

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