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flathead catfish

a yellow and brown catfish, Pylodictus olivaris, common in the central U.S., having a flattened head and a projecting lower jaw.
Also called goujon, mudcat, shovelnose catfish, spoonbill catfish.
Origin of flathead catfish
1940-45 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for flathead catfish
  • flathead catfish are aquatic predators, but that doesn't mean they don't get preyed upon themselves.
  • Fishing for flathead catfish is a hunt, a game of strategy.
  • Each of these methods works for channel, blue and flathead catfish.
  • flathead catfish in the river's lower reach have now been added to the advisory list, which otherwise remains unchanged.
  • There is no size limit for brown bullhead, channel or flathead catfish.
  • Blue and flathead catfish also congregate around submerged treetops.
  • flathead catfish, sometimes called yellow cats, are thought of as more predatory than channel cats.

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