Hello Bill, thanks! Tom gave me a direct link to these books.My mistake.
"Advanced catfishing made simple"
"Cracking the channel catfish cod"
By Brad Durick.
That Doug Strange has one but can't think of the name. It is better yet. He came up with the run rifle hole theroy.
Hello Tom! I searched the Amazon and did not find it, I need to practice the search)). Thanks Tom!Denis, here is the Amazon web site where Brad Durick has his book on sale.
Hello George! I like the canal catfish, it is fatty and has tender meat, my wife also likes it, but we only ate it two times, when I managed to catch it in the bycatch to the main prey. In general, I enjoy eating European catfish meat, especially like smoked!Denis; Do you eat catfish?
Hello Bob! I will definitely study the recipes at your link. All the small catfish that were caught, the bait was exactly a fly larva, maggot. The tackle of the ksati was on your advice with the addition of a carp feeder.In general, channel catfish eat almost everything you tried. It looks catfish cannot flourish in your river area on unknown reasons. But try stinky bait for catfish
Another option is maggot. They work well for many fish species. I use them frequently, if I cannot find night crawlers in dry summer season.
Thanks for beautiful pictures!
Hello George! You are right, in any case I fish and it brings me pleasure! Unfortunately, I have no opportunity to buy any commercial bait, since they simply do not produce them. I'll try to use your light with a sock filled with fish trash and study the recipes from the link that Bob provided.Denis; At least you are catching fish!!! Like Bob said, try some commercially sold stink bait. I have used it where turtles are a problem and it seems to do a good job on the channel cats. Also, another trick you may try is chumming. Go fishing and at the end of the day fill an old sock with fish entrails, liver, blood, meal time leftovers, rancid meat...anything that you can find. Tie off the top of the sock, then tie a line on the sock so you can retrieve it. Throw it in the water, let it soak over night, and go back the next day a see if you can catch any cats that may be in the vicinity of the chum sock. Если это не сработает, я бы поменял пятна и дал ему еще одну попытку.
I have had the same thing happen to me....lots of fish but no cats....when that happens its time to try a new spot.
I'm guessing that bottom is same as the top but in Russian That is really nice! Never seen anyone do that before.are you for sure there is cats in your part of the river? i ask cause id that river chain is large who knows were they could be. what I'm trying to figure out is if they no longer release fish that they could die off.
Вы уверены, что в вашей части реки есть кошки? я спрашиваю причину, что речная цепь большая, кто знает, где они могли бы быть. что я пытаюсь понять, так это если они больше не выпускают рыбу, которую они могли бы отмереть.