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It’s normal to question if there’s something you can do to increase your success by taking advantage of seasonal patterns. As far as the best time to catch catfish, I’ll give you a general summary of the different seasons and how it impacts the catfish action.
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Catfish leave the main body of water and migrate up smaller streams and creeks to spawn. Therefore anglers may have to focus their fishing efforts in tributaries in order to catch them. This is especially true of blue and channel catfish, which often gather near upstream spawning areas when the water reaches the ideal nesting temperature.
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Catfish­ w­ill generally wait to spawn until the water temperature reaches at least 66 degrees Fahrenheit, as the table below shows. Therefore, for the catfish, geography is destiny. Because water in southern latitudes warms first, catfish-spawning season begins in the south first. Most species ...
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2/13/2014 · I know that the blues and catfish in general will look for the warmer temps to spawn and they may very well indeed be spawning in the creeks right now. I have learned that not all catfish even the same species will not all spawn at the same time. There usally some takers that are still in a prespawn mode or already in postspawn.
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The flathead catfish (Pylodictis olivaris), also called by several common names including mudcat or shovelhead cat, is a large species of North American freshwater catfish in the family Ictaluridae.It is the only species of the genus Pylodictis.Ranging from the lower Great Lakes region to northern Mexico, it has been widely introduced and is an invasive species in some areas.
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4/1/2006 · I have a hard time catching blues in the Spring and would like to know that as well. I do know that a lot of blues do not spawn in some waters. There are a few lakes here in so cal that they spawn in, and some that they do not spawn in. Surprisingly I notice that the lakes they do not spawn in is the ones that they grow the biggest in.
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The channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) is North America's most numerous catfish species. It is the official fish of Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Tennessee, and is informally referred to as a "channel cat".In the United States, they are the most fished catfish species with around 8 million anglers targeting them per year.The popularity of channel catfish for food has contributed to ...
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3/23/2016 · "But we also need to know when they spawn, because if they are focused on spawning they won't want to eat. It's just like you and your teammates get distracted when the cheerleaders run on the field." Since then, a thermometer has been as important a tool as a rod, reel, and line itself.
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4/24/2017 · Do Catfish Lay Eggs? ... Catfish first spawn as early as two years old, and as late as six, depending on their weight, the availability of protected spawn sites, and water temperature. Farm raised catfish spawn at younger ages, because they reach higher weights much faster. Wild catfish, especially if they live in a stressed watershed, will be ...
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3/22/2014 · It is important to know when do carp spawn because by the time you see eggs and carp thrashing about in the weeds, you have likely already missed half of the season’s best fishing. If you want to capitalize on the great fishing that occurs pre-spawn as well as during the spawn you need to be able to predict when carp spawn.