The time for slopping fermented soybeans into the water and cashing in on the bite that follows has come and gone. The summer "bean hole" has slowed to a crawl and CatDaddy says he has officially closed his bean hole and moved on to more effective fall catfishing tactics, like drift fishing. Right now, he is drifting on lakes and avoiding rivers as they are full of leaves and trash that make fishing tougher this time of year. When drifting for catfish, he says a good drift sock is a must as they help you position your boat, control/slow your speed and control drift direction. On his boat, CatDaddy says he likes to use two drift socks in the 5 to 8-foot range. The next thing to think about is speed. When you're drifting, catfish are more or less chasing your bait, he says, so a person has to be careful not to drift too fast and deter the cats. A speed of about 0.75 mph is ideal, he says. Starting in the shallows, he likes to drift and finish in deeper water, or vice versa depending on wind direction. Listen in as CatDaddy talks about pole position while drifting, his preferred bait for this tactic and more.