If you want to do packet capture then below command is enough.
monitor session 1 destination int fa 0/1
In the portchannel you must be having multiple fastethernet port bundled and the traffic may or may not be more than 100 mbps. The destination port is only 100 mbps fastethernet port. Hence, if you connect a machine there you may face output packet drops on the destination port and not all packets would be captured.
I would agree to Talha "monitor session 1 destination int fa 0/1" would be sufficient. But if you have encapsulation replicate, you can capture the tagged packets in the SPAN session and see it on the destination port. Since you are sniffing a trunk port, I think you would need "encapsulation replicate" in your SPAN destination configuration.
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