From blue catfish to desert big horn sheep, Texas Parks and Wildlife stocked a lot of fish and four wildlife species across the state in fiscal 2012, according to a report given to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Thursday.The department’s Coastal Fisheries Division stocked more than 21 million fish along Texas’ long coastline, including nearly 1,700 Southern flounder, 6.2 million spotted sea trout and 15.1 million red drum. TPWD’s Inland Fisheries Division stocked 12.3 million fish across the state, from 5 Redear sunfish to 8 million Florida largemouth bass. The total stocking figure includes 284,000 rainbow trout as part of the department’s annual winter put-and-take trout fishing program and 843,000 channel catfish. Of the freshwater fish stocked during the fiscal year, 40,000-plus went to Texas state parks.The department’s wildlife division stocked 95 desert bighorn sheep in Big Bend Ranch State Park. In addition, under the department’s trap, transport and transplant program, five javelina, 29 mule deer and 1,700 white-tailed deer were relocated across the state.