Mike Mongo reveals the worlds of marine, shoreline, and in-land eco-biology
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Growing up in Florida, I have heard my share of "monster catfish" stories, tales in which catfish exist "big enough to swallow a man whole." Considering the size of catfish I have seen (and even caught) myself cane-fishing on Lake Seminole, in Seminole, FL, and all the way down to the Florida Everglades, I always judged these tales to true, and based in reality somewhere down the line.
Nonetheless, they are some big catfish!
Posted by Mike Mongo at 2:33 PM