Not everyone is a fan of Channel Catfish. They tend to feed near the bottom of ponds, streams,and rivers and rarely hit artificial lures. Some anglers dismiss them as scavengers; others relish them as a symbol of country living and table fare. Fans and detractors both consider catfish as a necessary part of a freshwater ecosystem.
But, this fish is not limited to freshwater. From March to mid-April, Channel Catfish are frequently found in the brackish regions of major saltwater rivers. The cool temperatures of early spring help them tolerate mild salinity levels. As Croakerbelieve these cats taste better than their freshwater kin.
The fishing pier at largemouth bass at WoodstockPond at no additional charge.Keep as many cats as you wish to clean, have fun, and pass the gravy and onions!