It’s been a strange winter thus far, it’s been unseasonably warm which has meant unseasonably warm water temperatures. It’s taken time for the fish to start moving into their winter patterns. But the last week or two we’ve started having big blue catfish show up with more consistency and we’ve caught some great fish in the past week up to 40 pounds. With this big front that came through at the end of 2020, the water temps should get right and make for some excellent trophy catfishing at least for a while (assuming it’s not 75 degrees again next week).
I’m fishing my normal “home” lakes and not moving around a lot due to the pandemic, it’s safer that way. The enclosure is on the SeaArk ProCat 240, the heater is running and life is good!
I have a couple of late winter openings if you want to get on a big catfish and my spring schedule is starting to book pretty heavy. This is the best time of year for catching numbers of blue catfish and one of my most popular fishing trips. If you want to fish in late March or April you need to get booked now!
North Texas Catfish Guide Service