channel catfish were most common in the larger, sandy streams, but occurred in other kinds of streams.
One and sometimes two channel catfish were found in other holes in the stream-bank or bottom.
channel catfish were taken by us only in the mainstream; anglers sometimes catch channel catfish in several of the tributaries.
Blunt-nosed minnow, red shiner, and channel catfish (yearlings and older) are more mobile than other species.
Davis (1959:15) found that channel catfish in Kansas seldom live longer than seven years.
The mobility of channel catfish has been discussed by Muncy and Funk .
The habitat of channel catfish in streams has been discussed by Bailey and Harrison .
The third group is composed of channel catfish, flathead, and freshwater drum.
Stomachs of a few gar from the Neosho River were examined and found to contain minnows and some channel catfish.
channel catfish from stations W-3, A-3, and C-5 were taken on hook and line.