Welcome Page
John's Journal
Backyard Survival
Special Reports
Guides & Lodges
Free Tips

Book Selections


Fun & Games

Trivia Game

Contact Us

E-mail Us

John's Journal... Entry 10 - Day 3


Click to enlargeTake Mr. Whiskers Home For Supper

Although the weather's cooling down, the catfish are still biting at the Tennessee River's Pickwick Lake in northwest Alabama. In the swift water, you'll often catch cats up near the dam in some of the eddy holes. If the smallmouth, usually the preferred species to fish for during October and November, aren't biting and you have sore arms from catching saltwater striped bass, then fish for the region's delicious-tasting, fighting cats.

Click to enlargeIf you don't have your freezer stocked for the winter, head to Pickwick Lake, try the catfishing in the tailrace to catch some tasty treats like the ones you see here.
Click to enlargeCall or write Sam Parker at 7731 Doctor Kennedy Drive, Florence, Al 35634, (256) 757-7033.

Check back each day this week for more on fishing with Sam Parker.

Largemouth And Smallmouth By Star Light
Seven Mile Island For Big Smallmouth
Take Mr. Whiskers Home For Supper
All-Dady Lineside Action
Trip Of A Lifetime

John's Journal