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Flathead catfish near san antonio #13468888 03/12/20 05:37 PM
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Just wondering if somebody could give me some ideas of where to go catch some flathead catfish near san antonio. I have a 12 ft john boat and trolling motor. I dont mind putting out limb lines or juglines.I love to eat some flathead and it has ben to long. I would apreciate any info

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Guadalupe and San Marcos rivers.



Re: Flathead catfish near san antonio [Re: BillS2006] #13471107 03/14/20 04:20 AM
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Originally Posted by BillS2006
Guadalupe and San Marcos rivers.




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IGFA World Record Rio Grande Cichlid. Lake Dunlap.

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Re: Flathead catfish near san antonio [Re: harperbird] #13471417 03/14/20 03:43 PM
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Be sure & use my Catfish Calendar [Lynn's Catfish Calendar] to target them on the YellowCat (YC) days of the Calendar (strongest pull on YC days as per the Calendar), as well as my PYC (Personal YellowCat Days) according to the pattern I found back in 1982 (which is embedded into their instinct).

I even have Bass fishermen/women coming over to get the calendar & PYC days here on TFF. They also love to catch Yellows & swear by it (or them- YC days of the calendar & PYC days).

If you are running lines, be sure to set out & bait the evening before a cycle of their roam/feed switch kicks in. My two prize Calendar & YellowCat students found that their biggest Yellows were pulled in on either the 1st or 3rd day of the 3 day cycles (not the second day).

On Full Moon, they run a few hours later. And the Gator Gars run the same roam/feed switch (as the YellowCats), but a few hours earlier, so be careful & do not bait out too early. Or the Gator Gars may get your bait or get caught first.


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