Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) is North America's most numerous catfish
species. It is the official fish of Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Tennessee,
Channel catfish facts, information, photos, and fishing tips for catching channel
Channel catfish have a deeply forked tail and dark spots. The spotting, however,
diminishes with age. Consequently, older channel cats are frequently mistaken ...
CHANNEL CATFISH. Physical Description. Channel catfish are the most
common of the freshwater catfish and can be easily identified because of their ...
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The channel catfish is a large, smooth-skinned fish with a bluish- or greenish-
gray body and whisker-like barbels around the mouth. It lives in fresh and
Channel catfish have smooth scales that are speckled, with a darker back to a
light whitish belly. Their colors can vary from blue, to black, or olive. Generally in
Channel catfish requires cool water and short day lengths during the winter
months for proper egg development; an egg mass can contain up to 20,000 eggs
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Jan 3, 2016 ... No formula is 100-percent accurate, but if you have only length, this Channel
Catfish Weight Conversion Chart should help get you in the ...