Fish & Chips, Amazonas Style

February 9, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“‘A jaguar has eaten all my chickens, sir. However, I can sell you the head from a young squirrel monkey I had for breakfast this morning. It is quite fresh, I assure you.'” Breakfast fare for the giant catfish paraiba, found in the southern Amazonas region of Brazil. It’s quite an informative article, in a twisted way, about catfish and human ingenuity in catching them. Can anyone tie a french fry fly? Keith “Catfish” Sutton on ESPN.com.