August 31, 2020
When it comes to fishing in floodwaters, there seems to be two types of anglers: those who view floods the same way they regard a Friday night cold front, and those who grin and hope for more rain.
“I love floodwaters,” says guide Jeff Faulkenberry, who specializes in catching the big blue catfish of Truman Lake in Missouri. “Sure, the more water there is, the more spread out the fish are, but it’s like deer hunting. Whether you’re hunting a 20-acre field or a 200-acre field, you focus on the pinch points, the things that concentrate the deer. It’s the same with catfish. Don’t focus on all the extra water, focus on the pinch points where...
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