Catfish good, just ignore the sores 

Most likely, a bacterial infection called columnaris is responsible for killing thousands of catfish in Brownlee Reservoir in the last few weeks, says Keith Johnson with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The DF&G also says they should be safe to eat, if you can get over the mental hurdle of eating a fish covered in open sores.

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