Weiss Lake Whoppers
Big blue catfish caught in Weiss Lake. This whopper is my best yet.
Colorful flathead catfish caught on a jug. There were browns, grays, and greens on it's spotted skin.
Night fishing for big cats in beautiful Alabama. My cousin is excited about her first big catfish.
Three twenty pound catfish in one night. These are typical results when using my methods.
Huge catfish caught on a jug fishing line on a hot summer day. Cats will bite during the day!
My best gal holding a nice catfish.
Who is that cool redneck holding that big catfish??? It's me, it's me.
Sixteen pound catfish caught with my big buddy and his dad.
My oldest boy pulled up this twenty pound catfish when he was only five years old. He is a true jug fisher already.
Great weekend at the lake resulted in a nice stringer full of catfish.
Giant blue catfish was caught at lunchtime on a scalding hot summer day.
Two smaller catfish caught at West Point Lake in Georgia.
Nice big Alabama catfish.
I keep the smaller catfish for their meat, and release the larger catfish back into the lake.
My youngest boy is amazed by a big catfish.
Ever seen a catfish smile for the camera?
I release all big catfish back into the lake.
Catfish Caught on Jugs
Jug fishing is a hobby of mine that I enjoy as often as possible. I get to spend time on the lake and stock up the freezer with fresh catfish, all at the same time. The basic idea is to attach a line and hook to a milk jug, add bait and drop in the water. I like to run a lot of jugs at one time because it keeps me busy catching more bait and tending the jugs. If you love fishing, you should give jug fishing a try. Take a look at the drawings below for an idea on how to set up your jug fishing rigs.