How and when to use Catfish Dynamite

The catfish can grow to some pretty impressive sizes so you need to have the right gear to reel them in. Start by choosing a rod and reel that can withstand the strain of reeling in a large fish that’s putting up a fight because this species will fight you to the very end. They have been known to snap a few rods into and break plenty of fishing line. If you’re serious about reeling in the cats, invest in good quality gear and it should last you for a long time.

You’re going to need sharp hooks when seeking out the catfish or they won’t penetrate the thick skin this species has. Once you get the catfish on shore, be careful removing the hook. Some species of catfish have poisonous spines that can be very painful if you get stuck by them. Use a pair of pliers or hook removers and wear a thick pair of gloves to be on the safe side.

Catfish fishing can be challenging but when you have the right bait, you can usually get the results you’re after. The key to success is giving them what they want and catfish dynamite is a good choice. It’s something that every angler should at least try once. Of course, the results will vary depending on when and where you go fishing so you may want to try it under different circumstances to learn when you get the best results.

Before heading out make sure you have the appropriate fishing license and know the rules and regulations that govern the area where you plan to fish. This is very important because you don’t want a great fishing trip ruined because you’re breaking rules you didn’t know existed. You also want to follow all safety rules to make sure you can return for many more exciting catfish fishing trips.

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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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