FAMILYFISHERS COLD WATER CATFISH BAIT
Produced for Catfish
FamilyFishers is located in the beautiful city of Hot Springs, Arkansas and is all about producing quality catfish bait and enjoying recreational fishing. We're a small family owned business that knows what it takes to catch those cats.
WHO ARE WE?
A Catfish's Choice
Who are we? We're hard-working people looking to better our lives and yours through urban homesteading and recreational fishing. FamilyFishers believes that your family's self-sufficiency is one of the most important cornerstones of life and the quality therein; we go fishing.
You've found the best cold water catfish bait in Hot Springs, AR. What is cold water catfish bait, you ask? It's a proprietary blend of natural and lake caught ingredients that entice catfish to bite when lethargy sets in, especially when water temps drop around 50° and below. But don't get discouraged if you're not an avid fall, winter, or early spring angler, because this bait was designed over the years to slowly release a scent trail that prompts fish to bite.
While we enjoy bass fishing, and for good reason, we tend to lend our focus towards recreational fishing in our lawn chairs and flat bottoms. We fish our favorite banks, ponds, creeks, lakes, rivers, and channels for those elusive "whiskers". We're talking catfish baby! Channels, blues, and flat heads have all been caught on our bait, and we can't wait for it to work for you.
Hey, we love to fish, and we want to help you fill your coolers or capture your new personal best in a photo! We’re a small family owned business that loves everything the Great Outdoors has to offer. Now isn't that you?
TIP 1: TECHNOLOGY WORKS
Be mindful that catfish tend to become lethargic in cold temperatures so use this to your advantage. Fish finders, sonar devices, and ice flashers are great ways to locate schools of big cats. Our bait is manufactured with real ingredients that catfish prey on, so if you can find them you can catch them.
TIP 2: THE MORE THE BETTER
Whether you're trolling, spread out on a dock, a bank, or targeting ledges having an abundance of poles in the water is always helpful and greatly increases your chance of catching fish; just make sure you can handle all those rods bending at once.
TIP 3: THEM THE BREAKS
Remember that fish love to hang out on the break side of structures and in deep holes formed where rivers make sharp turns or where points extend into lakes. Colder temperatures are more demanding but year round anglers know that colder temps allow for larger cats and more bites since you're focusing on schools instead of roaming, individual fish.