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These sail catfish photos shown below are close up pictures showing you exactly what a sail catfish fish looks like. Sail catfish, often called "sailcats", or sometimes even "salt water catfish", are caught in salt water or brine water, and are often quite small. Like most catfish, sail catfish often feed on anything, and bait such as shrimp, fiddler crabs, clams, cut up fish, oysters, or minnows all work as sail catfish bait. These are not normally targeted as a good eating fish because they are so small, unlike many other catifsh like blue catfish, channel catfish, flathead catfish, or white catfish. Sailcats are known as bait stealers.

Please remember to always following fishing regulations for catch and release, as it is important to release fish to help keep the population strong for the next time you go out fishing. Releasing larger fish that produce the most eggs is also critical, and remember when releasing fish that you handle them as little as possible, and get them back into the water as soon as you can.


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