Showing posts from September, 2018

Photo: Huge Cafits - larger than any before - pulled from Susquehanna River

A fishery survey crew from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources on August 30 pulled a 56.5-pound, 44-inch flathead catfish from a hoop net in the Susquehanna River less than a mile downriver of the Pennsylvania-Maryland state line, according to Brett Coakley, fisheries biologist with the department.

That's more than 8 pounds heavier than the largest flathead catfish recorded by an angler in Pennsylvania.

How much feed should I give my Catfish

The question “Simply how much feed should I give my fish?” can be an all important question that directly affects profits for some farmers. If Catfish are underfed, growth rate is slowed up, and if overfed, it reduces profits since feed is the best operating expense in virtually any farming business.