The bullhead (Cottus gobio) is a freshwater fish that is widely distributed in
Europe, mainly in ... Cottus perifretum - Great Britain, Netherlands, Germany,
France; Cottus petiti - France (Lez Rive...
Unique Facts About Bullhead Catfish. Bullheads are also called “pollywogs“; “
pollies“; “mud cats“; “horned pout“; “hornpout“; “river cats”; "barbotte"; and other ...
While bullhead numbers have declined in the past 40 years, other members of
the fish community have prospered. Today, the lakes in the upper Cannon River
Fall bullhead fishing can provide a lot of action which will continue until the water
temperature drops below 60° F. Bullheads go on a fall feeding frenzy in ...
Learn more about the Bullhead - with amazing Bullhead videos, photos and facts
... of bullhead Cottus gobio and accompanying fish species in the River Avon ...
The yellow bullhead is found mainly in the Willamette basin, while the black
bullhead is primarily in reservoirs and streams tributary to the Snake River.
Mention the word catfish or bullhead and most people think - ugly! .... It can be
found in the extreme western tributaries of Lake Erie, the Genesee River system,
The first introduction of yellow bullheads in Washington was probably in 1905 in
the lower Columbia River, when display fish were released following the Lewis ...
Black Bullhead Catfish are a very common species of catfish, especially in Utah
Lake. They do not grow to the tremendous size of some other catfish species, but
... Bear River; Cottonwood Reservoir · Gunnison Bend Reservoir · Jordan River ...
Description Non-native originally found in Atlantic and Gulf slope drainages to
the Mississippi River basins. Introduced in 1920. Body is yellow-olive to brown on