Catfish live and flourish by following their instinctive nature, which means they are voracious feeders. As such, the popularity of catfishing has grown tremendously.
Anglers can productively fish for catfish both day and night. However, differences exist in how catfish react to the bright of day and the dark of night.
"Catfish are caught year 'round but the late spring and summer months offer the best opportunity to catch catfish around the clock," said Rodger Taylor, catfish tournament angler and guide. "Some things are consistent for catfish success and one is targeting the right place to fish. Catfish have an affinity for a bottom depth change whether day or night, so points, humps, drops and other similar areas are prime places. But the specific places to target will change