There were a few in a farm pond where I grew up (and fished) as a kid. For whatever reason we were scared of those when swimming, but in reality it was the bluegills that forced us to swim with T-shirts on just to preserve our nipples. Those little things thought that they were piranhas, I swear.
I should also mention: The pond I mention was a farm pond. It was stocked by the farmer (my cousin's neighbor) who put in Channel Cats, but not intentionally any albino ones. So it seems that it was more or less a naturally occurring phenomenon that there were a few in there when I was a kid. Years later, there were none. We do suspect that they were less likely to live long due to predation.
I was just curious Rangler. I don't know catfish very well, never lived in an area with anything besides channels. Plus I don't care about bottom feeders <<wink emoji>>
In all seriousness though the IA DNR records indicate they've only ever stocked channels in Storm Lake (where this picture is from) but the DNR can get stuff mixed up sometimes and then there are the bucket boys...if you knew for sure I was going to suggest reporting it to the IA DNR.