He wants to see what’s new and what not, what kind of structures are gone that previously existed and what kind of new structures have been washed into place. CatDaddy says he’s looking for downed trees, places in the bank where trees were toppled exposing holes and hideouts for catfish. He is looking at the bottom contours of the river to see what has changed there. With the kind of water that has been seen this year, CatDaddy says it’s not uncommon at all to find sandbars that once existed on one side of the river, completely moved to the other side, or even largely erased. Not only is he hoping to hook up with channel cats, blue cats and flatheads, but he’ll also be charting, plotting and marking spots for future trips on the river. With fall finally here and the temperatures beginning to cool a little, CatDaddy says anglers should watch the mercury. When water temperatures start to hover around 58-60, the fish really start turning on their fall feed bag – hunting and fattening up for the impending cold weather. That’s a time of year that you don’t want to miss!
Listen in as CatDaddy, guide at CatDaddy’s Catfishin’ Adventures, joins The Revolution to talk fall fishing as well as the search and discovery mission he is embarking on to reacquaint himself with the flooded Kansas River. Tune in.
Be adventurous, fish hard!