National Catfish Day brings attention to the value of American farm raised catfish. The catfish is a fish that has large whiskers, resembling those of a cat, and earning it its name. Catfish is a traditionally well-loved fish, especially when fried up and served some lemon and butter. No matter how you prepare it, the catfish is a delicious meal in and of itself and can be personalised exactly to your tastes. Discover all the ways you can use catfish in savoury dishes today.
When Is National Catfish Day?
National Catfish Day is observed on June 25th.
History Of National Catfish Day
In 1987, President Ronald Reagan designated June 25th as National Catfish Day by Presidential Proclamation after Congress called for the day to be established by Joint Resolution 178.