Monday October 19 2009

Catfish Moving Day
Channel catfish can be found in all Kansas public waters. Where do they come from?

Channel catfish are native to all Kansas streams and rivers and millions are raised in Kansas hatcheries and stocked into public waters each year. See today's video for more details.

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Follow a load of catfish from the Pratt Fish Hatchery to one of the several Kansas waters in which they are stocked.

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