The study was aimed at investigating the effects of different commercial fish feeds on the growth performance of African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings. The experimental fish were collected from Jos, Plateau State and transported early in the morning to Fishery laboratory of Biological Sciences Federal University Wukari, Taraba State in a 25 litre Jeri-can with its upper part close to the handle perforated for oxygen support. Acclimatization was one week and were randomly allocated in to four treatments of 8 fish per bowl and two (2) replicates per treatment totaling 96 fingerlings. The treatments were based on four commercial feeds. Feeding was trice and readings of the parameters were carried out after every four days. The results indicated that T2 had the highest weight gained (8.24g), increase in standard length (3.92cm), total length increase (4.08cm) while highest survival rate was from T4 (100) and were significantly (p<0.05) different from each other.