September Fishing Sessions (2015): 09/15 - Catfishing the Schuylkill River ft. my Subscriber Miles

Hello, Blog Readers!

As mentioned in my previous post, the new tentative schedule for this Blog is one post for every two days. Since I missed a couple days already due to my crazy jobs, I am posting two posts tonight. Heh. Let's finish the September fishing sessions from last year and try to catch up with January of this year by the end of February! :)

Here is my fishing session for September 15th:

--- September 15th, 2015 ---

Location: Schuylkill River (tidal portion at Spring Garden)
Time: 1:00-5:30 p.m.

Fishes caught:

-- 5 Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)

P.s. As much as I want to bring you guys FULL fishing reports of every trip that I do, unfortunately I don't have the time to do so! Thus, the goal, setup, and summary sessions of every fishing post will be blank for now. If you want to see full fishing reports on the Blog again, please support me on my Patreon page. Once I reach my goal there, I will not only have enough time to write full reports, but also didactic posts and event posts for better community engagement. Tight lines and FISH ON! Leo S.

Video:

Below are the highlights for this fishing session:

Enjoy a refreshing video of my subscriber Miles T. and I catching some Catties on the mighty Schuylkill River! Most fish in the video were caught on corn. :) Don't forget to watch it in HD quality (1080p50)! If you like watching my videos, please support my YouTube Channel by liking and subscribing to it! :)

Goals:

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Setup:

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Summary: 

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Photos:

Below are the photos for this fishing session:

A nice photo of Miles' first fish of the day: a Channel Catfish!

Frontal view of the same fish.

Probably one of my best catches for the day. Heh. In the range of 3.5-4lbs.

My subscriber Miles Taylor with a nice 5lbs Channel Catfish!

P.s. For my complete set of fishing photos, please access my fish photo database: 2500+ photos -- all dated, Species identified, and locations revealed. The database can be searched "by Species" or "by Watershed." Note, however, that only my contributors can access the full database! You can become my contributor by donating via Paypal here on the Blog (button on the right) or becoming my Patron on my Patreon Page.

Best of luck to all of us,

Long Days and Pleasant Nights!

Sincerely,

Leo S.

1 comments:

Rafael Velasquez

February 15, 2016 at 12:29 PM
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What length/power/action rod and reel do you suggest for catching Channel Cats in 1-5lb range?

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