Quite some time back I was at Cabela’s in Fort Worth Texas picking up some catfish tackle with my kids and we took a trip by their massive walk through fish tank that they have on site. This is a cheap way of babysitting for me because my kids will sit inside the fish tank and watch all of the different fish swim around for hours (and dad gets to kick back).
I took my video camera and shot several different segments of the blue, channel and flathead catfish while I was there and have been meaning to do something with them for quite some time, but just hadn’t gotten around to it, so here it is, finally.
This is not some fast paced action packed catfishing video in fact I edited all of the sound from it and added some music (sorry I couldn’t find any soothing music). It also has absolutely no narration at all in it from me, it is simply catfish living their lives in the tanks.
There is a second video that I will be posting later that is focused primarily on the flathead catfish in the tank.
I am not going to add any lengthy articles or information to these right now, but am rather looking for comments on what people observe about these videos when you really watch them and notice the movement and patterns of the fish, and how that relates to catfishing, especially when watched in contrast with the flathead catfish behavior insights video I will be posting.
After watching the video, comment in the section below and tell me what you think, what observations do you make from watching how these fish move in the tank etc.