From there, rig your pole up with split shot, a hook and some shrimp, and toss it up on the rocks. Gently pull it back and let it fall from rock to rock. CatDaddy says that catfish are tucked back into the rocks right now where they lay their eggs and as your shrimp falls from rock to rock, it will inevitably end up in front of catfish where they will strike. He tells Jim and Trav that this is a hotbed of action right now. Furthermore, he’ll explain how to use seasonal changes to your advantage like the increase of insects and, more specifically, how to capitalize on the impending mayfly infestation. Finally, CatDaddy is getting ready to prep the “Bean Hole” – it’s almost time to do a little chumming. Find out how to utilize this stinky technique and get some insight into this all-natural soybean-based meal magnet for catfish.
If you want some step-by-step tips for creating your own bean hole, check out these tips from CatDaddy: Secrets From the Bean Hole.