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Discussion in 'Mac Byrum's Catfish University' started by Mac-b, Jun 28, 2017.
Fishing the ridge line using suspended cut bait >>>
Wind blowing and you can't maintain your 1/2 mph speed, you can still catch cats, not many, but maybe a nice one.
Trolling motor on a Kayak
Video of big fish of 2017
That highlight reel is excellent.
This guy Justin lives right up the road from me. Awesome guy and very informative.
That's great clint. I watch all his videos and chat with him a lot. I think I have him convinced I have been sending cold weather down his way over the winter. Great guy. I have been trying to learn the area some since my son moved there last fall. Got several places picked out to try if I can get down there a few days this summer.
quite a few places we could show you while you are down. some pretty awesome fishing down in Kingston.
When I came down last fall, I brought my smaller (14 foot) flat bottom with a 25hp Merc and signed it over to my son. He is 37 and just getting interested in fishing. And this way I don't have to drag my 2070 down each time I head that way. His problem is he works a lot of hours. He also has a wife and two small kids that need him at home some.
We spent a few hours on the Clinch River just east of Kingston. I was showing him how to launch and load his boat and we got a little fishing in also.
He has never had much to do with boats so I need to get down this spring and get him out some more so he will feel comfortable.
I liked the looks of Kingston City Park.
Sorry Mac about adding so much into your Kayak Corner thread.
If The Water Is Up At The Park Fishing Is Good. If You Go Up Near The Bridge The Rivers Meet And Fishing Is Awesome There.
Fishing for Crappie on a Kayak using a trolling motor
HOLY COW. USCA member bauer (Spencer) from Iowa put a big one in his Kayak on Lake Texhoma