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Hubbard cats #13746956 10/28/20 04:57 PM
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Hello all.

I am new to Hubbard catfishing. Can anyone provide some general information about where to fish for catfish in the fall?

On Cedar Creek, we would simply anchor up on the numerous humps in 15-18 feet of water with fresh shad and catch eaters all day long.

I didn't know it that held true on Hubbard and also due to the fact there are so few humps on the lake, I was hoping someone would point me in the right direction.

Thanks,

Michael

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