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Catfish, channel

29.5 in	Grand River, Coopersville, Michigan, USA   Richard Ofner 29.5 in Grand River, Coopersville, Michigan, USA Richard Ofner

(Rafinesque, 1818); ICTALURIDAE FAMILY

The channel catfish is currently distributed through most of the U.S. and parts of southern Canada and northern Mexico. In the U.S. it is most abundant in the central part of the country east to the Appalachians. Its occurrence is sparser and mostly by introduction along the west coast and east of the Appalachians.

Channel catfish prefer clean bottoms of sand or gravel in larger lakes and rivers. They feed mainly on crayfish, fishes, and insects generally at night in swifter moving currents. At spawning time they will enter and ascend small tributaries and streams.

 

Length Location Catch Date Angler Kayak
29.5 in Grand River, Coopersville, Michigan, USA 26-April-2014 Richard Ofner Hobie Pro Angler 12
28.5 in Swanson Lake, Nebraska, USA 28-June-2013 Marty Hughes Emotion Stealth 10



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