Yellow BullHead

Scientific Name

Ameiurus natalis


Dua Ribu Lake

Real Life Location

Central and Eastern North America

Tackle Size


Largest Size

1.58 ft

Base Fish Points



The Yellow Bullhead is the largest of the three bullheads. It is also one of the hardest to catch. They are bright yellow, However, in reality, they are more of an olive color. the other two bullheads are the black bullhead and the brown bullhead In real life, they are one of the smaller bullheads, and the brown and black bullheads are larger than it. These fish can grow to about 18 inches, about 2 pounds, and can live to about 7 years. This fish is a scavenger, and will eat almost anything. This fish will search the bottoms of lakes and streams and use its barbels to determine whether if something is "edible" or not. 


This fish is not too common, but does like to swim around the Blue Windmill, and will bite on Regular bait, and regular rod/reel. This fish is tricky, because a lot of times, it will bite, and you cannot see it, so you don't know what you have on the end of your line. 


  • Quick Hitter, Wide Range, Rainbow