Producer Dan Collison presents a collection of profiles of Mississippi Delta residents who have a connection, an
affinity or a relationship with catfish. Doc Herrington and his sons are catfish grabbers. Wes Bobo is a junk artist
and former catfish farm worker. Sarah White works for Delta Pride, the largest catfish processing plant in the
world. She also led the 1990 strike at Delta Pride, the largest strike by African-American workers in Mississippi
history. And then there is Stanley Marshall, who for the last 12 years has been Delta Pride's official catfish taster.
These profiles, woven together with music, is an impressionistic portrait of a culture that is uniquely southern.
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