MILFORD, Kan. -- As his boat plowed through whitecaps on Milford Lake, Rich Witt was headed for big cat country.
Big catfish, that is.
A flat that stretched for almost a mile was a favorite feeding ground for hungry blue catfish, the creatures at the top of the food chain in Milford Lake. And with the wind blowing hard, Witt knew conditions were ideal to drift and cover a lot of water.
"These blue cats like to get up on these flats and just roam," Witt said as he slowed his boat to a stop. "They follow schools of shad.
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