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Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by xposedguts, Oct 8, 2007.
Quick question, are bullheads actually catfish or no?
Yes they are a catfish.And my honest opinion they are the best tasting catfish in the water. Don't get as big as the others but a real good flavor. Skinem,gutem ,cut head off ,put in catfish batterand fry whole.UmUm good.
My humble opinion.
They are definitely catfish. There are over 3,000 different kinds of catfish. Here is a link you might find interesting about the different types:
Or are catfish bullheads? Hmm.
Are mushrooms toadstools? Or are toadstools mushrooms?
Sorry. Couldn't help myself.
Short answer: our catfish and bullheads are all members of the catfish family.
As already said here...they taste good.
k thanks for info, just woundering cause a kid told me bullheads arnt "real catfish" but i thought they were so just makin sure.
That is true for bowfin aka mudfish. Maybe thats what he is thinking about.
Yes they are catfish, but they are small.
will do haha:smile2:
I've never tried eating them but I just might now. lol I never tried gar before until a few weeks ago now i target them if I cant catch anything else.
Yes, thay are a catfish!
When you catch them out of the right quality water they ain't bad eatin'.
Yes they are catfish and they are really good bait for flatheads!!
I agree they are good eating! Can't get much of a fillet off em' but if you cook em' hole they are good!
I'm pretty sure that I read (in one of my tropical fish mags) That the catfish group contains more species of fish than any other, Good for us--huh???
Small but mighty. Ive eaten quite a few in my day.:cool2:
We have a local bar that features fried bullheads on Wed night , there great deep fried ,makes for a busy night at the bar. They serve them whole with slaw n fries n lots cold beer !
I agree it seems the best bullheads come from clear lakes and the cleaner rivers and streams I have eaten bullheads from some waters and they were not very good but if taken from the right place there are very few fish that rival the table quality of a pan fried bullhead:wink: