When anglers think of freshwater species such as striped bass, largemouth or crappie it is well understood that those fish could be near the surface, suspended somewhere in the water column, or on the bottom.But with catfish we usually think of them as a bottom species, which is what makes fishing for them in the summer on Lake Monticello so intriguing.For years I have been hearing that in the hot months
Lake Monticello surface water temperatures are in the mid-80s, warmer on the lower end near the power plant, and the lake is still clear. Water levels fluctuate daily.
The latest CATT tournament on Lake Monticello this past Saturday was won with a respectable 16 ½ pounds of bass, but with only 5 teams fishing it’s hard to get a really good idea of just how strong the bite is right now from those standings.
Lake Monticello surface water temperatures are in the mid-80s and the lake is clear. Water levels fluctuate daily.
Last week we promised that a Lake Monticello free-line driftingcatfish report would be coming after the author went on a charter withCaptain William Attaway (803-924-0857), and the results of that trip did not disappoint.
Lake Monticello surface water temperatures are around 80 degrees and the lake is clear. Water levels fluctuate daily.
Every now and then it’s good to have confirmation you are talking to the right people, and just this weekend tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria gave that confirmation when he and his brother won the CATT event on Lake Monticello with a 20-pound sack of bass.