winter blue catfish

Discussion in 'Blue Catfishing' started by flattiepattie, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. flattiepattie

    flattiepattie New Member

    Messages:
    8
    State:
    kansas
    hi all im kinda new at the blue fishing. ive been trying to figure out kaw lake since its the closest to me by doin some jugging. Ive caught some blues but not many and was seeing that alot of people like winter fishing. I was wondering do you catch them in deep water in channels, and do you drift for them and do you still prefer big cuts of bait. Any other info would be appreciated too.
     
  2. SGTREDNECK

    SGTREDNECK New Member

    Messages:
    1,522
    State:
    Tennessee
    Welcome to the BOC Justin. I don't know about your waters. But in TN find you a deep hole in the winter and you will find fish. Good luck
     

  3. cathog

    cathog New Member

    Messages:
    855
    State:
    Lone Oak Texas
    We catch them both deep and shallow in the winter, just depends on the water temp. When the water temp gets below 60 degrees here it is ONNNN. We do a lot of drift fishing until late winter or early spring and then we do more anchoring. Main lake points, channels, humps, or any other underwater structure will produce blues at different times. I would check them all. Good luck to you and welcome to the BOC.