Propagation Of Channel Catfish In Arkansas

The propagation of most game fish and the methods used in producing them have been more or less established; and with the exception of small details are relatively the same throughout most of the South. The propagation of Channel Catfish (lctalurus lacustris) has from all appearances been more difficult, because of the wide range of methods used and the wide range in cost of production. The demand for Channel Catfish in the state of Arkansas was increasing steadily, and upon my return from the armed services, Mr. Joe Hogan of Lonoke, Ark., encouraged me to try setting up a method of production that would coincide with our hatchery work and at a minimum cost.

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