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#11156247 - 10/10/15 03:55 PM sunfish
ronald127 Offline
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Registered: 06/08/15
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hey guys
can someone tell me the species of fish these are.
i assume their bluegill or hybrids.the difference in the (ears)
makes me wonder.


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#11156281 - 10/10/15 04:24 PM Re: sunfish [Re: ronald127]
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All three are Hybrids with Bluegill mix! Just my two cents. 2cents




Side Note: Also a lot of their characteristics will depend on the type of area and water body they were living in. Environment plays a huge part. hmmm
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#11157614 - 10/11/15 04:21 PM Re: sunfish [Re: banker-always fishing]
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Originally Posted By: banker-always fishing
All three are Hybrids with Bluegill mix! Just my two cents. 2cents




Side Note: Also a lot of their characteristics will depend on the type of area and water body they were living in. Environment plays a huge part. hmmm





Plus #1. Fish #1 looks to be more Bluegill.

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