Catfishing Hot Spots,Interactive Catfishing Locations Map, View, Search and Research All State Record Flathead Catfish, Blue Catfish and Channel Catfish Lakes, Rivers and Reservoirs
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RED ICON = State Record CatfFish
GREEN ICON = Catfishing Hot Spot
Find the Best Catfishing Spots in your state.

Daily Stream and River Level Charts NOAA River Levels, Guages and River Forcast Catfish Talk Forums-Catfish Tournament Information by State, Region, Waters, Professional Catfish Tournament Series Follow the link and select your district to view Daily Lake Reports

USGS River Levels -- NOAA Daily Stream Flow -- Catfish Talk Forums --
--United States Army Corps of Engineers Daily Lake Levels--

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This page was created to give the catfish angler a place to search for new catfishing locations all over the US and view current water conditions at these locations.

Using the Map above,,,
Each red marker on the map lists that states record catfish. Some states do not have a record catfish in all three of the major species of catfish. By clicking on a marker you can view the species, weight of the fish, angler and date the Trophy Catfish was caught on plus the body of water the catfish came from. Green markers mark the location of some of the best catfish lakes, Rivers, Reservoirs and Streams in America. Including some of the best dams for catching trophy catfish on major rivers
and lakes like,,,Wheeler Lake, Santee Cooper Lakes, Red River, Cumberland River/Lake and the Ohio River
This map will be updated frequently with more of the best catfishing spots in the US and as more anglers land trophy catfish.
Search the map a bit and you will find many of the state record Catfish come from the same bodies of water!

At the "top right" of the map are buttons to change the map view. Click on the "EARTH" button and fly in to a location using google earth and scope out the body of water where your states record catfish was caught.
Search for sharp river bends, creek inlets, log jams on your river.
Found a great looking spot using the map and want to know the water conditions??? Click on one of the links above and go to the USGS daily stream flow charts to read a guage hieght chart at the location you want to fish. Click on the NOAA icon to
get a River Report and River Forecast to get an idea of what to expect on your next catfishing trip on the river. Click on the Castle icon to go to the US Army Corps of Engineers website and choose your district. Read daily lake levels of many of the nations best catfishing lakes and reservoirs.

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