Channel cats in reach fishing the banks nowadays

Channel catfish aren’t the biggest of the whiskered species, but the largest of them can still be quite a load.

It is the occasion for channel catfish, our favorite bottom-feeders, to shine.

Here, right at the beginning of summer, is a time when channel cats — our most common and widely distributed catfish — are generally accessible to even shoreline anglers because of the spawning movement to the shallows. Combine that with conditions that begin to make other favored fishing species more seasonally difficult.

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