Some days, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to simply take a bucket and scoop up fish?
That’s what’s happening in this video.
Southwest Florida has had massive rainfall since last Friday, with some areas reaching over eight inches of rain. And that brought local waterways into local roadways.
The fish that worked its way into the bucket is known as a walking catfish. It’s not a native species of central and south Florida, but it hasn’t had negative impact on native fish.
In its native range of southeast Asia, the walking catfish is a prize catch. Here in the U.S., it’s classified as “undesirable.”
I’m sure it will still taste good!