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Do catfish bite when the water is high?

Asked: Sean Landsman, Last Updated:

Flathead catfish are the most lethargic catfish during the winter but will feed aggressively when the water temps rise. Storm systems that produce snow can cause just enough of a rise in water temperatures to promote feeding.

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