Big Catfish in the Summertime
Catfish are always cool to catch. But are you interested in catching one of those real monsters? This article might help.
There is a big difference between catching a few catfish for dinner (always an incredibly cool thing to do) and catching the real beasts.
Catfish get big - real big - in Florida as well. This story talks about different parts of the country but as you can see we do not have to travel very far to find them.
This is an article about just that - catching huge catfish - on the Wilkes Journal Patriot.
The blue catfish is native to the Mississippi River system. It is one of North America’s largest freshwater species and has been successfully introduced in other areas east of the Mississippi.
The Santee-Cooper reservoirs in South Carolina have been regionally famous for producing monster blues, and I’m told that Lake Norman has also gotten a reputation for turning out some fine specimens.