SPECIES Blue catfish, channel catfish
LANDED AT Rocky Hock, NC
CATCH METHOD pound net
A GREAT SOURCE OF omega-3s
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Blue catfish are an invasive species native to the Mississippi River Basin. Their voracious appetite is threatening the populations of native seafood species in NC waters. These fish eat any and everything in their path. The best way to help control this invasive species is to eat them!
Our catfish is caught wild in estuarine waters including the Albemarle Sound and surrounding area. These wild fish eat an equally wild diet, which gives the white fillets a mild flavor.
Our dense, meaty catfish is a great option for kids. Boneless and skinless white meat is ready to be made into tasty little catfish fingers. For adults, catfish is excellent blackened, broiled, or breaded and fried.
Broil, Sautée, Deep-fry