Fishing a HUGE DAM for MONSTER FISH – CATFISHING

November 7, 2017 - Comment

Northwoods Angling heads North to Selkirk, Manitoba in Canada. Targeting MONSTER fish – Northwoods gives you some tips and tricks on how to catch these monster channel catfish at the Lockport Dam. Part 1 of 2. Part 2 can be found here: http://bit.ly/nightcatfishing ***When fishing dams such as this; low head dams, you need to

Northwoods Angling heads North to Selkirk, Manitoba in Canada. Targeting MONSTER fish – Northwoods gives you some tips and tricks on how to catch these monster channel catfish at the Lockport Dam.

Part 1 of 2.

Part 2 can be found here: http://bit.ly/nightcatfishing

***When fishing dams such as this; low head dams, you need to be very aware of back currents as they can pull a boat into the over flow and horrible things can happen. Always use caution when fishing near dams.

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Comments

btv says:

those are big channels, but they are not giant at all.

Tristan sexton says:

That was a blue catfish channel cat don’t get over 8lbs

jcnme2020 ooo says:

Thank you Guys for Releasing them ! Great job Brother's

cory brooks says:

i love how they call channels blues lol. they was accurate calling some of them. but you cant always rely on the fishes color, to determine a channel call. the easiet way to tella channel from a blue is tye anal fin. if its nice abd round its a channel.

Brant Christopfel says:

This video is how you earn yourself some subs. +1 right here.

Micah Middleton says:

Wow, this is catfishing at its very best, you guys are incredibly lucky!! Mad respect for doing CPR.

Catfish Cory DeVere says:

Ok, this place is now on my bucket list…….please give a link to find out all information on how to get it done……and where did you get the frogs, do they sell them there?

Indiana Outdoor Discoveries says:

Man that looks fun

Dalton Spriggs says:

Also what baits did you use in this video

Dalton Spriggs says:

I live in a neighborhood with a good sized lake with some pretty big channel cats. I’d like to target some of the big ones, cuz I can catch the little ones all day. So what baits and rigs do you recommend? Like hooks and bait and weights and stuff like that

cast-for-CATS says:

Thy fishing at night they bite more and they get bigger

Reza W says:

At 9:22 was that a bird trying to grab your hat? 😂

BARRY OLLILA says:

Where did you get that many frogs to use for bait?  I believe one comment indicated you brought 300.  Did you catch them or buy from baitshop?

froggleggers says:

You not gonna eat any of them?

jjbrown16 says:

Pretty sure that first catfish was a Blue Catfish. Channel cats aren't blue.

Zach Loges says:

That first channel was a pig

Suburban Backwoods Entertainment says:

man I would love to hook on one of those bad boys

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