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Catfish - Albino Channel Catfish



HARVEST INFO: We currently have a temporary wait on this species. These Catfish will be in stock 1st week of July. If you order now, your order will ship in the order we get it. You will always get an email when it leaves the farm. We appreciate everyone being patient! Since the start of the Covid pandemic, Arizona Aquatic Nurseries has been one of the most reliable sources for tropical fish, aquatic plants, pond fish, and gamefish in the US, however, we are human ran, every fish must be collected and bagged by hand. Please be sure to read our Shipping Schedule page so you can better understand the entire process and the potential delays on certain species of livestock from time to time. A little extra thoughtful consideration during this time is appreciated, everyone’s orders will be shipped, we are shipping 100’s of orders of live animals weekly to happy customers. We are catching up each week by streamlining our operations. If you cannot wait, please do not place your order. Our farm sells to just about every single zoological society, botanical garden, and University in the USA since 1987. We are America’s Trusted Aquatic Farm. Stay Safe friends!

Next Catfish Harvest on 6/26 for shipments going out Week of June 29th

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The distinctive white body and red eye coloring of the Albino Channel Catfish are what give it it’s name.

With a versatile and adaptive ability to survive and thrive in a range of fresh water acidity and temperature, the Albino Channel Catfish has become the most widely fished breed of all catfish in North America.

  • Water Type: Fresh Water Species
  • Temperature: Adaptive / Versatile
  • Water pH: 6.5 – 8.2 versatile
  • Minimum Order: 6
  • Catfish – Albino Channel Catfish
  • The Albino Channel Catfish will be shipped at approx. 2″ in length and will grow naturally in the habitat it is released to. With an average weight of 10-15 pounds and length of 17 inches the Channel Cat is a popular choice for stocking ponds and rivers through the Eastern United States.

Minimum quantity for “Albino Channel Catfish” is 6