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While channel catfish may not be the prettiest, biggest, or even best tasting catfish that swims in nearly every body of water across North America, they continue to prove to be a staple for many fisheries. Widely regarded as a native fish in most waters, this yellow-tinted, black spotted, one-to-twenty-pound fish provides not only fun for anglers of all expertise levels, but a healthy habitat.  Channel catfish are considered opportunistic scavengers, meaning they mostly eat dead or dying organisms in its body of water, or just whatever happens to cross their paths. Aside from scraps laying near the bottom of...

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