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James and Nick Lindner share some pointers for catching channel catfish in the rivers of the Upper Midwest. Cats don’t get as much love in the northern states, but they are an excellent resource you should take advantage of!     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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The channel catfish fishery on this section of the Red River north of Lockport to its mouth at Lake Winnipeg is well documented as being world-class trophy waters. Cats are caught here daily with average sizes in the 32” to 35” range, or in other words consistently close to or surpassing the Master Angler minimum [Read more…]

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River catfish can be fairly predictable to isolate and catch in rivers due to the current setting them up in very specific locations. Jim Lindner explains how he finds good spots that hold catfish and how he goes about catching them.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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No matter what species you chase, everyone loves catching big fish!   There’s a reason why we post pictures on social media and hang mounted fish on our walls. We love the trophies, whether it’s a 10 pound walleye, big bronzeback, torpedo musky, or even a massive catfish.   The most important ingredient in the [Read more…]

Boat Sweepstakes


Fish Photography 101   You FINALLY landed that big ‘ole trophy fish, now it’s time to take a killer photo.   Nothing is worst than landing the fish of a lifetime, only to remember it by a brutal, low quality shot.   First off, we need to get things setup, so make sure your fish [Read more…]

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80 Channel Catfish

80’s a good number   A truly enjoyable benefit about being a professional fishing outfitter are the friendships you build with repeat clients. The Engel family is one those groups to me. Paul Engel (father) Greg and Tom (sons) always stop in for a day of world class catfishing with me as they head up [Read more…]

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Few people realize that there are over 1,000 fish species swimming in North America’s fresh water.   According to angler surveys, largemouth and smallmouth bass are America’s most popular fish. Panfish in the form of crappies and bluegills take a close 2nd place. Catfish take up the 3rd spot, followed by the walleye’s huge following [Read more…]

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