What kind of catfish is this?

Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by Chipd22, Apr 12, 2018.

  1. Chipd22

    Chipd22 New Member

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    you need to put state here
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    Chip
  2. Khh27

    Khh27 Well-Known Member

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    Some sort of bullhead? White bullhead?
     

  3. Chipd22

    Chipd22 New Member

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    Thanks it looks like a spotted bullhead actually, appreciate the help!
     
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  4. jumpmaster

    jumpmaster Active Member

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    it is a bullhead, and a big one
     
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  5. flyfishingnut

    flyfishingnut Member

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    A beautiful fish. Is there a Tiger bullhead?
     
  6. eastforker

    eastforker Active Member

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    Awesome looking bullhead.
     
  7. Catpaw

    Catpaw Well-Known Member

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    James
    Never seen one like that... Very cool.
     
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  8. R. D. Hilton

    R. D. Hilton Active Member

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    The only name for him would be Healthy,that fish looks good.
     
  9. Pixelfish

    Pixelfish Member

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    Cody Miller
    Definitely a bullhead. I used to live down your way. They get purdy big down there. Here is one I caught catching shiners for bait.
     

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  10. equyst

    equyst New Member

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    White bullhead[​IMG]
     
  11. Mike Casey

    Mike Casey New Member

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    Looks good! lay they Skinner's to it add hot grease and let me know!
     
  12. SHOWME

    SHOWME Well-Known Member

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    Bullhead for sure, just never seen one like that, around here they are green or brown.
     
  13. blackbullhead

    blackbullhead New Member

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    Hi,
    Could be a spotted bullhead like you said, but my understanding is that those don't usually get very big and have a pretty narrow distribution in Florida/Georgia.
    A fish this size is more likely to be a brown bullhead. If you look up "florida brown bullhead" you'll see that Florida fish tend to have that really bright speckling. Very cool fish!
     
  14. wolfman

    wolfman Well-Known Member

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