kydsexy wrote: plus channel catfish are punks unless the other fish can be swallowed
Viktor Jarikov wrote:Wiscash
Did you NOT note the temp ranges for the two fish as a part of your research/care/prep? If you provided the before/before the before/and after temps in your case, that could be informative for the readers in posterity (how did Larry Waybright know the temp, a lucky guess? summer time in Carolina?). Fish sizes are also good to know.
apistomaster wrote:The name in the topic, "Blue Channel Catfish" is a classic example of the problem of using common names. Locally, anglers often refer to to Channel Cats and Blue Catfish which in reality are different species. The fisherman often think they have caught a Blue Catfish when they catch larger Channel Catfish but we do not have any Blue Catfish in our waters.
Viktor Jarikov wrote:
For some reason no reference to spots, likely because they disappear as channels grow. But I've heard that differing characteristic from many now. Maybe someone could update the Cat-eLog?
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