Blue Catfish are fresh water fish that are distributed primarily in the Mississippi River. They are one of the largest species of North American catfish reaching a length of 65 inches and a weight of 150 lbs.
The Blue Catfish will eat any species of fish they can catch, along with crayfish, mussels and frogs. Catching their prey becomes all the easier if it is already wounded or dead. They usually take advantage of ready accessible food.
Exhibit: Blue Hole Spring