National Geographic : 1955 Jan
g National ueograpnlc noclety T Catfish Trapped in the Suwannee Weigh Up to 25 Pounds To prevent extinction of the flavorful fish in this river, Florida law prescribes slat traps similar to those once used by Indians. Cottonseed or soybean cakes lure prey through a funnel-shaped opening. 72 Kodachromes by National Geographic Photographer Bates Littlehales 4' Hammock and Mandolin Spell Siesta on the Placid Homosassa Water Wagon cruised to the Homosassa's headwaters, where more than 30 species of fresh- and salt-water fish inhabit Nature's Fish Bowl, a spring-fed pool. Here the author relaxes at Riverside Lodge.