I know a lot of people here look for big cats and do CPR, but the bulk of my fishing (catfish and otherwise) is aimed at the table. Part of that is for my daughter's benefit--she doesn't "get" catch and release and figures if we catch a fish, we should eat it. Most of the "tips" I see for catfishing are aimed at catching big cats for sport--not modest sized cats (up to about 5 lbs) for the table. Anyone have any specific tips for that target? Places, techniques, baits, whatever. Other constraints are that I don't have a boat and my daughter is afraid of canoes (rented one last year and tipped it--both of us in the water)--and renting rowboats, let alone anything with a motor--adds up really quickly. Also, the daughter coming along probably puts a crimp on most nighttime fishing. Can I work with this, or am I just limited to panfish with the occasional cat that picks up on the panfish bait and hook?