Catching summer catfish is still hot and I’m still catching TONS of channel catfish on my guide trips but they’re moving a lot (even from last week in that loaded tree) and the patterns to catch them have started to change some. Water levels are dropping, water temperatures are rising typical of late summer and it can be more work to find and catch fish but I’m still getting it done.
This fishing trip started off a little tough, we were supposed to be in Galveston fishing with Whisker Seeker Tackle but the trip got canceled. We headed out to do some local fishing instead. We couldn’t find a good white bass bite and when I started looking for channel catfish they moved on me. We could not catch any catfish where they had been the previous days.
I started making some moves and finding some fish and as the day warmed up and the water got hotter the catfish bite kept improving. We finally ended up finding and catching most of the channel catfish in the grass in super shallow and hot water and loading the boat with some red hot channel catfish action but we had a bit of a surprise ending as we started catching some pretty NASTY channel catfish at the end that was covered with something I don’t care for much.
Products Used In This Video:
► WST 7’6 MH GFX Rod – https://gocatfish.in/WSTGFX
► WST 35 Lb Braid – http://gocatfish.in/WSBraid
► Abu 5500C3 – https://gocatfish.in/Abu5500
► Comal Floam Slip Float – https://gocatfish.in/ComalSlip
► 4x Treble Hook Size 6 – https://gocatfish.in/TrebleHook
► CJ’s Punch Bait – https://gocatfish.in/CJBait