FishTalk Magazines: BlueCats on the Bullseye 

Dive into the depths of angling adventure with FishTalk Magazine as they unravel the secrets of catching Catfish in Maryland. This captivating article dives deep into the heart of Maryland's renowned fishing spots, offering expert insights, tips, and techniques to reel in your next big Blue catfish. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a newcomer to the sport, this comprehensive guide is your ticket to an unforgettable fishing experience in Maryland.

If you live anywhere near the Chesapeake Bay and you like fast angling action that results in tasty fish on the plate, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself fishing for blue catfish in the near future. No doubt you already know that blue cats can now be found in virtually all of our waterways, often in ridiculously large numbers. But nothing in fishing is a sure thing. Targeting blue catfish may be about as close as it comes, but you can boost your odds of success even more by putting these 10 catfish-catching tips to work.

  • If a strong front has moved through, which can sometimes depress the bite, look for deep holes and sink your baits in the deepest part. Often the pressure changes associated with fronts will cause the fish to go as deep as they possibly can and sit there.
  • Forget all those weird baits that the catfish will eat, like hot dogs and chicken nuggets. Yes they will eat them, but they’ll eat a chunk of cut bunker or gizzard shad a whole lot more often.
  • When possible, get fresh bait as opposed to frozen. They often won’t show a preference but on occasion they will, and in any case, fresh stays on the hook a lot better.

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