This is one of my favorite lakes to fish, it is loaded with lots of catfish and big bream. I fished 4 hrs last saturday and ended up with 20 keepers. I was using anchored juglines in 25 ft of water, baited with chicken livers was the trick. You have to get on the water early catch your fish then get off the lake because of the jet skii'rs and wave makers. The main problem now there are a lot of skinny catfish due to the heat and spawned fish.
I made a portable “bait tank” for my little boat and thought I would share it with my BOC friends.
I got the 20 gallon plastic can form the local Dollar General store, they were using it to put stock in and stock the shelves but sold it to me for $4.00 since it was used and I really wanted it!
This is pretty much a “cheap” way to keep your bait alive if you don’t have a live well on your boat.
I bought a 500gph live well aerator kit from WalMart (~$28.00), a simple on/off
do you freeze the trout and then thaw them out when you are going?
Originally Posted by sunandmoonfishing.co
A great hunter once told me, "Do what works for you".
Back to your question. The only semi successful traditional bow hunters I know hunt situations where the topography of the stand and lay out of the land, (i.e. funnels to food plots) enables the hunter to use a re-curve or long bow. Speaking for myself, I hunt public land. The deer are under lots of pressure and are well trained to “seek the human”. I must use every available advantage I can to consistently harvest a deer.
I new to USCA and I was wondering where was the best palce to fish for big blue cats in the metroplis Il area and what should I use. I just brought a new pontoon when I came back form Iraq and my grandpa wants me to take him fishing for big cats.