Synopses & Reviews
For years, catfish have taken a backseat to more glamorous species like largemouth bass and walleyes. But times have changed. Today, nearly 10 million anglers wet a line hoping to do battle with a monster cat. Learn how to catch bigger catfish than ever before.
This book is a comprehensive look at the world of catfish. Beginning with the biology of catfish, Author Keith Sutton then follows with the where-to and how-to information that will lead to successful fishing. Beyond locating fish and rig and tackle techniques, there's even a section on cleaning and cooking your catfish.
The mystique of catfishing lures anglers across all social, economic, and geographic levels. This guide shows how to get a "trophy" catfish, covering all aspects of the sport in a conversational style. 250 photos/illustrations.
About the Author
Keith Sutton is an old hand at catfishing. His passion for the sport has taken him to blue-ribbon catfishing waters in more than 21 states. His special insights about catfishing were garnered through 35 years of on-the-water research and countless hours of discussions with biologists, researchers, and expert anglers. He is Editor of "Arkansas Wildlife" magazine, a conservation publication of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and a Field Editor for "In-Fisherman's Catfish In-Sier". He also is a prolific freelance writer, photographer and lecturer, well known in his native South.