This amazing one piece brings you the brown catshark. Yes, we said catshark, not catfish. Little is known about the catshark’s behavior, and like its fur-covered mammalian counterpart, it’s thought to be a solitary and nocturnal creature. What’s good about the catshark is that it doesn’t live in your home, poop in a box, and knock stuff off your kitchen table. Best of all, you can catch one for the sport of it, but beyond that, we don’t know why you’d want to. It’s an enigmatic shark, for the enigmatic angler.
The Brown Catshark is a truly interesting and incredible species. Very mysterious and unknown the Brown Catshark are native to the west coast in the Atlantic Ocean from western parts of Canada all the way down towards Baja California and Northern parts of South America. We say leave this elusive species alone and instead catch this fishing Romper.