With decent wind speeds, CatDaddy looks for October to be an excellent month for drifting and hooking up with the blue cats that are coming on strong. He’ll talk about some of his favorite local haunts to drift on. When it comes to drifting, speed is everything. Too fast or too slow, neither are effective, it’s all about the magic speed which CatDaddy says is 1 mph or under. To achieve this, CatDaddy will talk about using drift socks in various lengths, out to 12 feet in order to properly control your speed.
With the blue cat bite coming on, CatDaddy briefly looks ahead to the peak of blue cat fishing action when the cold weather really sets in. November and December are prime months for stellar blue cat action, the cold temps make them feel frisky and they respond aggressively to drifting whole shad or fresh cut shad, says CatDaddy.
Tune in for timely catfishing tips. Also, if you want to get on the water with CatDaddy for some fun or to learn and pick up solid skills to help you become a better angler, hit him up! CatDaddy says his fall is filling up with folks who are eager to cash in on the big blue cat and channel cat bite. Check him out at www.CatdaddyGuideServices.com