What is the biggest flathead catfish on record?

What is the biggest flathead catfish on record?

123 lb 9 oz
The world angling record flathead catfish was caught May 14, 1998, from Elk City Reservoir, Kansas, and weighed 123 lb 9 oz (56.0 kg).

How big can a flathead catfish get?

three to four feet
Adults can reach lengths of three to four feet and weigh more than 100 pounds.

What state has the most flathead catfish?

Mississippi waters produce many giant cats. One of the best is the state’s namesake river, a trophy-catfish factory running 410 miles along the state’s western border, which produced both the state-record blue (95 pounds) and flathead (77.7 pounds).

Can you eat a flathead catfish?

The flathead catfish’s delicious taste also provides a good reason to target the species. Blue cats, channel cats and even bullheads are excellent table fish as well, but many hardcore catfish fans, myself included, believe a young flathead has a delectable flavor that’s far superior to that of the other species.

Where can I find big catfish?

Big catfish also like outside turns of channel bends, channel junctions and deep channel edges near dams. During the day, anchor in the shallowest water near the dropoff and fish deeper water. At night, do the opposite to catch cats moving shallow to feed.

Where do big catfish hide in lakes?

In large lakes (those that are actually impoundments) catfish, especially big ones will hang out along an old creek and river channels in deep water. They move to shallower depths to feed, especially at night, and the flats adjacent to channels offer especially good fishing.

Whats the biggest crappie ever caught?

All-Tackle World Record Crappie (White Crappie) This massive 21-inch long, 5-pound, 3-ounce white crappie has been the IGFA all-tackle world record for the species for over half a century. It was caught in the Yocona River below Enad Dam. Bright used an Action Rod and a Denison-Johnson reel.

Has a catfish ever killed a human?

A mutant fish has started killing people after being accustomed to feeding on human corpses. The first victim of a goonch attack was thought to have been a 17-year-old Nepalese boy who was killed in April 1988 as he cooled himself in the river. …

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