Columbia — In Missouri, catfish are the third most desirable fish to catch, closely following bass and crappie. Catfishing, as both a competitive sport and casual pastime, has grown tremendously over the last decade. It’s because of this intense popularity that mid-Missouri catfishermen may be finding their sport in the midst of change — but not without their input first.
River rules to be weighed for preserving catfish
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