Catfish Fishing Videos
With less light in the day and cooling temperatures comes a big change in blue catfish behavior. Catfishing during the fall transition can be some of the best fishing you will experience. This change in nature sets off a metabolic trigger in blue catfish that they need to start fattening up for winter. With the feed bag on, the fish are aggressive. Knowing how to sort through a given area to find where the big catfish will be setting up is critical. Captain Scott Manning is here to show you catfishing techniques to will pay off really well during this fall transition time. He will articulate several points to include the importance of structure, current, boat staging, catfish baits and rigs, your spread and the importance of patience. Structure is a super critical factor you must understand. You will learn what to look for on your bottom machine and how to discern which points of bottom topography are better than others. There are all sorts of points, rock piles and ledges in the Tennessee River system. They are not all going to hold giants. Some are, so learn what to look for. Current in the waters of the Tennessee Valley play a tremendous roll in when and how catfish position themselves and feed. You have to know how to read the water and where to position your boat, if you hope to have any chance of success. Being on the wrong side of a current seam or too far away can be detrimental. Know how to stage your boat. Scott goes into some real detail on this, for you to add to your knowledge base. Having you boat in the right place will be key to dropping baits on the strike zone. You need that scent to waft towards the fish. You need the right amount of bait out, at the right depth and in the optimal places. The bait you use in catfishing for blue catfish or flatheads is so important. Scott has some great advice for you on what baits work best and the critical nature of quality in the baits you use. The size of the bait is also key, when targeting big catfish. Captain Scott Manning will show you the rods and reels he prefers and why it makes a difference. You don't have to spend a ton of money, but you do need an outfit that can handle 80 lb or larger fish. He will also discuss his catfish bait rigs. Your rigs play a vital roll in making sure the fish eats your bait and doesn't spit it out before you can set the hook. So many times, fishermen end up pulling the bait out of the fishes mouth. Scott has some interesting advice for you on this. There are a lot of valuable catfishing techniques and fishing tips in this video. Take advantage of this information to increase your knowledge and build your confidence. The fall transition is such a great time to be fishing. Get out there, use what Scott Manning is sharing and put some pigs in the boat. Good luck and fish smarter.
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If you want to learn how to fish for catfish, Capt. Scott Manning is one of the very best fishermen in North America to learn from. We are specifically talking about how to catch flathead catfish. This is not just about catching random fish. This In The Spread fishing video is focused on targeting giant flathead catfish. Scott has the benefit of fishing year round in Tennessee River system. These waters hold some seriously big fish and Scott Manning is dialed in on just how to catch them. Targeting bigger cats is not that difficult, it just requires a lot of patience and a few need to follow cat fishing techniques. Scott is going to show you his program. See how he utilizes his electronics to make decisions about where to fish and how long to stay on a spot. Learn how to pinpoint the transition areas that hold bigger fish, what depths he likes, his catfish rig, what he thinks are the best catfish baits, how to eliminate smaller fish, the tackle he suggest you use and loads more. This video will teach you how to selectively target hogs and wait them out to catch that fish of a lifetime. These are high level flathead catfishing techniques. We always try to bring you the very best fishermen sharing their knowledge and experience, so you can accelerate your learning curve and get to catching big fish. Learn from the best and fish smarter.
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There are a few places in North America that hold giant catfish. The Tennessee River system is one of those fisheries. Capt. Scott Manning has made catfishing one of his specialities. Targeting giant blue catfish and flathead catfish is right in his wheelhouse. This In The Spread video features Scott sharing his catfishing techniques geared for drag, drift and anchor fishing. If you want to learn more about how to catch big cats, Scott is sharing his knowledge and experience for your fishing benefit. Learn about how to locate areas that hold big fish, his best catfish bait, boat driving, how he utilizes the catfish demon dragon lure, how he sets up his spread. See how Scott Manning uses the current to both locate fish and set up his drifts. You are going to get intel on tackle, hooks, rigs and deep philosophies. Scott is a humble fishermen with an unassuming demeanor. But, he is a fishing ninja. The guy catches big fish year in and year out. You can learn a heck of lot from the ways he fishes and take your program to another level. We are honored to have Scott as one of our instructors. Learn from the best and fish smarter.
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