America's Catch
America's gourmet catfish company

For nearly 30 years, America’s Catch has been committed to providing the best quality, freshest catfish available in the marketplace, and because we are a vertically integrated catfish processor we can meet the high demands of the market consistently. We control the entire production process from the feed mill to the hatchery to delivery. This allows us to maintain the highest quality standards assuring that the freshest catfish reach you in the marketplace.

 

America’s Catch has quickly become one of the largest producers of US farm-raised catfish in the industry. Perhaps the most important key to our sustained success is the development of our hybrid catfish. A cross between the channel catfish (Ictalurus Punctatus) and the blue catfish (Ictalurus Furcatus), this hardier, faster growing, and more efficient catfish took several years to develop. We use intense indoor scientific spawning techniques in our hatchery, and now, our entire farm has now been stocked with this new hybrid catfish. Because these processes are very expensive, hybrid stock is limited to few hatcheries across the industry. The benefits are aggressive feeding, disease resistance, better feed conversion, and better plant yield.

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At America’s Catch we are committed to providing our customers the finest quality product when you want it, where you want it, and the way you want it. From our humble beginnings in 1987, America’s Catch has been a family-owned operation. We are a vertically integrated processor, maintaining the highest level of quality control standards from our hatchery to the consumer. Our 5000-acre farm, the largest single-location catfish farm in the country, purposefully surrounds our processing plant and allows us to begin processing our live catfish within minutes of being harvested. Consisting of more than 600 catfish ponds, the entire farm operation is carefully managed 24 hours a day, 7days a week. Our state-of-the-art plant has a processing capacity up to 280,000 lbs. of live catfish per day.