When you hear the term Big Three, what pops into your mind? If you immediately thought catfish, then this one piece would be quite a catch for you. That oft used term has stood in for many trios over time, but we’re talking about the real big three: Blue, Channel, and Flathead Catfish! Differences are abundant – Flathead Catfish do not have a forked tail and are usually mottled black, brown, and yellow in coloring. And boy is this one heavy fish averaging over 100 pounds! They are live predators only, so if you want to hook a Yellow Cat, bring live bait!
These “Mudcats” are actually invasive species in some areas but, that does not make them any less popular. The Flathead Catfish are the second largest North American Catfish which makes them highly sought after by anglers. This fishing Romper is perfect for anyone who likes going Catfishing.