Catfish Conservation

Trophy Catfish for the Future

Pictured is District 4 Fisheries Biologist Kyle Rachels with a white catfish, which has been absent from rivers in southeastern North Carolina for several decades due to predation. (NCWRC Photo)...

Trophy Catfish for the Future

The oxygen bottle shown in the photo is evidence that Barry Wilson cares about fish health and catfish conservation. Oxygen works! (CatMasters Photo)   CatMasters Tactics Promote Conservation by Ron...

Trophy Catfish for the Future

Her husband, Captain Samuel Aguilera, sparked Lex’s passion for catfishing (especially flatheads). They often tournament fish as partners.   Saving Catfish One at a Time— The Alexis “Lex” Aguilera Story...

Trophy Catfish for the Future

“CONSERVATION WORKS” Program Promoted by NMMA and Others When conservation efforts are successful it has a lasting public benefit for generations.   In late February, a coalition of ten organizations...

Trophy Catfish for the Future

Trophy catfish like this deserves the best fish care possible. Hugh Thompson says that responsibility begins with the angler.   Trailer Responsibly by Hugh Thompson Four things to consider when...

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