Hello, I am here to pick someones brain on how to find catfish in the winter. I was having great luck in the fall when water temp was around 70 - 86 degree's, and at depths between 6 ft - 22 ft. But now that the water has cooled off, things have come to a complete stand still. Right now, lake temp is between 54-57 degree's and getting colder every week. I'm fishing on Lake Fork in Texas which is known for its big bass, but also has a most excelent ammount of quality catfish. It has a lot of stumps and trees still standing in depths up to sometimes 30 ft. But most of the trees are standing in 0 - 22 ft deep water. I've read till my eyes puked and still can't seem to get much action in these colder water temps. I know they are chasing the bait fish, for they usualy die off around right now when the lake temp drops. And ive noticed the bait fish have moved out of the coves, and into deeper water, i just dont know how deep, and how to find them. Anyone have any knowledge and or resources to share on where I might have better luck, or a better way at going about finding these monster catfish.