Now I will tell you how to catch them. Catfish when they are bitting they are easy to catch. They
are bottom feeders and the wat to attract them is through their noses. Their sense of smeel is fantastic. It has to be, because
generally they live in dark, muddy waters. Almost any bait has a strong odor will attract them. Some catfish specialists
even go to the trouble of making there own baits. This can be made at home. Or you can take the easy way out and buy commercial
I have found that shrimps allowed to "ripen"a day or two in warm weather, dead smelly crawfish, bloody
chicken liver, old stale gizzards and chunks of chicken guts are all good channel catfish baits. Smaller sized channel
cats will bite well on nightcrawlers.