“I’m serious about using good steel for those blues, man. They are a tough, rough fish and they have some hellacious poundage behind that bite. When they decide to chomp down and take off, ain’t nothing stopping them fish.” - CatDaddy
When targeting February blue cats, the water is still cool to cold and the fish are going to be deep. CatDaddy says anglers need to search for holes where catfish are wintering in the rivers and when fishing lakes, head to 35-40 feet of water. When the ice is off and there is a good amount of sun for a few days in a row, CatDaddy says that’s your cue to head shallower and look for big blues that are soaking up the sun. Listen in as CatDaddy also talks about how to fish the holes in wing dikes - a great place to target big cats.