Citation Tennesee River Blue Catfish on Big Orange rod and reel

Citation Tennesee River Blue Catfish on Big Orange rod and reel

good morning everyone today I’m at a Trophy spot I brought my friend Derek with me check out the iCard that is his motorcycle vlog channel now let’s see if we can catch a big trophy catfish just for reference that bite was on my new $50 combo I’d be doing an unboxing review of why I made that $50 rod in a different video you Oh oh yeah this is a big one big catfish on the whisker seeker Oh he doesn’t want to come in he’s fighting a lot harder than that the other ones bigger when I caught here one drag it just doesn’t want to come in whoa there you go trophy catfish 25 pound Tennessee River blue okay buddy huh let go the grips I don’t want you to try to steal my grips ha there he goes awesome I just want to go over the rods and reels I got out here rod and reel on the right is ugly stick catfish with kuma classic the left reel is a cat max with a nightstick and the middle one is a whisker seeker with a Abu Garcia 6500 c3 catfish special we’re using my favorite bait today skipjack herring I built this Abu Garcia on the nine and a half foot whisker seeker for this spot to catch big catfish and it has succeeded in catching a big catfish about 300 feet out is where the channel is so I have to be able to cast way out there to get to the big fish the big fish they’re always traveling in and back out of this channel into the main river if there’s a piece of fish as they’re traveling either way they don’t hesitate to pick it up okay we’re going to call it the clouds are going away sun’s out and we’re both hungry we call it the 125 pound fish and we had several takes button new hook ups it was a good trip be sure to LIKE and subscribe and be sure to check out your Derek’s page thank you for watching

55 thoughts on “Citation Tennesee River Blue Catfish on Big Orange rod and reel

  1. Heres a trick you can try so you dont get so many misses. Once you have your bait where you want it in the water reduce your drag. If you get a bite you can hold your reel to set the hook then tighten the drag back once the hook is set. Alot of Cats will drop the bait when they feel resistance so reducing drag lets them take the bait better. I listen for line being taken off my reel by the noise the reel makes. Anyway its a method you can try.

  2. do us all a favor homeboy, invest in a big dip net, please. you pick a 25 pound blue up and drop it, you gonna feel really bad bad when it's belly up in a hour. Fish on dude.

  3. reel down on your fish before lifting the rod so you don't give them any slack for the hook to come out besides that you did great

  4. Wow those were some great take downs! I always leave the clicker on with spool open and once I get one running I lock it down and once I feel he's on there I reel down! Of course that's cause I use circle hooks but imo it gives them more time to actually take all the bait in their mouth! Cool video man

  5. I know how you can get more bites…….dig in the cooler for a snack, look away, look in the tackle box. They always bite when you are doing something else!

  6. I have never seen a nite stick in person. How good are they and compare them to the walmart Berkley Big Game rods or the Ugly Stick Catfish rods. Thank You.

  7. You need the Monster Rod Holder see made for bank fishing you can have three poles on it and your cooler won't try to go in water. I use it for bank fishing or you can take it off and use for a boat if need be

  8. Awesome Video…It seems like you never get skunked…Keep up the great work and thanks for sharing ….

  9. In a video about 8 months back you talked about selling a reel you bought (penn fathom 30) and I was wondering if you had problems with it or were there others reasons into that decision?

  10. Looks like a great fishing trip. Caught a big, beautiful, blue 🐈. Wish I could have been there. thanks for recording and sharing it.

  11. Not that big, but we catch alot doing jug fishing…i know it’s cheating but hey, it’s still fish, just with 30 fishing poles.

  12. Olá me inscrevi no seu canal pra ajudar e já ative o sino ok like sempre, Vc poderia me ajudar tb se inscrevendo no meu CANAL tb ficarei muito grato obrigado mesmo

  13. Nothing beats the whir of a casting reel… Except maybe the whisk sound on a spinning setup. Either way… Mmmmmmmm

    HEY! I just noticed we have the same tackle bag. I love that thing to death. It has been replaced by a crate on my kayak days, but I load it up when I go bank fishing or hopping on a buddy's boat.

  14. what do you think about putting a bail on your fishing rods you won't miss a fish? and where is your partner's share.

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