How To Catch Catfish From A Canoe

See, as a catfish develops through the different phases of its life, it will feed on different forage naturally.  In the earliest stages of life, the catfish will feed on insect larvae, insects, worms, and water plants.  As they grow, the natural forage grows with it.  They feed on other, smaller fish, dead fish, and crawdads.  Finally, as they get older, faster, and more adept, they begin to feed on larger fish and even other animals that come into their territory.

By choosing the right bait, based on the size and type they would normally eat in their own natural habitat, you can minimize your chances of hooking a monster cat that could be dangerous for you to handle in a canoe.  Just choose carefully, exercise caution, and you should do fine fishing waters others only dream of having access to when you fish from your canoe.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow catfish fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on catfish fishing since 2004.

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