To be successful at Jug Fishing you have to put some thought into your sets. Just throwing Fishing Jugs out all over the place may sometimes catch fish but it will not be near as productive as setting your lines out in a logical manner. The time of year plays a big part in your Jug Fishing tactics. Channel Catfish and Blue Catfish usually spawn in the spring when water temps reach around 72 to 75 degrees, Flathead Catfish spawn around 75 to 80 degrees. The time period just before the spawn (pre-spawn) is an excellent time to set Fishing Jugs. Catfish feed like crazy during the pre-spawn and will eat almost anything. Fishing shallow during this time period will be the most effective, around rip rap, feeder streams and shallow structure are all good places to set out jug lines.
A new and exciting way to jug line fish. Solar Juggin’ was designed to revolutionize the sport of jug line fishing by creating a durable design that is more efficient and easy to use than other competing products. In addition, our product also allows you to be able to check your jug lines throughout the night.
For the past year or so I have been working on putting together an e-book about jug fishing for catfish and how to make catfish jugs. I finished it quite some time ago and have debating for months on whether to release it and procrastinating about the release of the book.I finally got around to putting it online a few days ago and wanted to pass along some information about it.
As many of you know, I have been manufacturing catfish jugs for jug fishing for many years now sold under the name of Redneckâs Juglines for and many years ago developed two different models of catfish jugs, the Redneck Original Jugline and the Fish On Flagging Jugline.