- Mar 28, 2010
i was just going to let anyone who fishes in the columbia river, or any clean water know about bullheads(sculpn). these fish are anywhere from 3 to 9 inches, and live in rocky areas, on the bottom. you probably have often time caught them while fishing for other fish, and probably killed them. next time you catch one, dont do so. if you fillet them like a bass, they have clean, white meaty fillets, and are delicous pan fried in flour. to catch them, fish in rocks, no further than 2-3 feet off shore, and jig with small leadheads tipped with worms, grasshoppers, crawdads, shrimp, or any natural bait. they bite year round but best fishing is in mid march through mid december. take some kids out, and i guarentee you will have fun!!