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 are one of the largest fish found in Northern Virginia. They can
grow to almost four feet long and up to 50 pounds, however they are usually ...
How to identify a Channel Catfish. The distinctive channel catfish can often be
recognized at a glance by its deeply forked tail and spots on the body (though not
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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Channel catfish are long slender fish with barbels on the chin that look like long
black whiskers. There are four pairs of barbels around the mouth, two on the ...
Channel catfish can live in both fresh and salt water and brackish water yet they
are generally found in freshwater environments. Ictalurus punctatus are found in
Channel Catfish. James and Nicole with channel catfish caught by dad Richard
Harbulak from Clarion River; catfish. How To Catch Catfish. Interactive Map of ...
Channel Catfish Management and Fishing in Pennsylvania. Prepared by R.
Lorantas, D. Kristine and C. Hobbs PFBC Warmwater Unit. 2005 (stocking
Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus). Channel Catfish. Other Common Names.
spotted catfish, speckled catfish, silver catfish, fork-tailed catfish. Identification.