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Fish ID #13220125 07/20/19 06:52 AM
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Can anybody tell me what kind of minnow this is? Never seen them before and managed to catch one of these in my net last night they were everywhere. Lewisville, TX

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Re: Fish ID [Re: Hbtc09] #13220221 07/20/19 02:03 PM
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Logperch


Originally Posted by Dubee
People wanting to learn, watching idiots that don't know what they are doing doesn't help anyone.
Re: Fish ID [Re: 5Redman8] #13220658 07/21/19 12:23 AM
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Originally Posted by 5Redman8
Logperch





Looks like it to me also! thumb




IGFA World Record Rio Grande Cichlid. Lake Dunlap.

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Re: Fish ID [Re: Hbtc09] #13221833 07/22/19 12:47 PM
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I have caught a few, are they used as bait?


If it's legal ain't no way in hell it's catch and release, it's CATCH & GREASE, except ROUGH (TRASH) Fish
Re: Fish ID [Re: Hbtc09] #13223155 07/23/19 04:09 PM
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Based on the location, the fish is a Texas logperch (Percina carbonaria). To really tell I would need to see the dorsal fish that is not visible in the picture. The dorsal fin of the Texas logperch has an orange band on the 1st dorsal fin. A similar species is the logperch (Percina caprodes). The logperch typically only occurs in the Red River. The reason for the distinction is that the logperch (Percina caprodes) is a species of special concern in Texas.

Re: Fish ID [Re: Hbtc09] #13227598 07/28/19 01:13 PM
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^^^^^^^^^ interesting


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Definitely a Log Perch. Caught my first on Grapevine about 20 years ago. Didnt catch any for few years. Probably caught 2 dozen on Lewisville this year.

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