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Topic: Photo ID of baitfish  (Read 9333 times)

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Great thread & huge props to Kirk monkeyface for doing the chart  :smt001  AND putting up with DFG for sending back a freebie for revisions.  :smt012
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Thanks for the props on the baitfish guide doods. Just sent a long post with links and attachments that for some reason has disappeared.  Will try again...

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Moderator's note:

I moved Monkeyface's (Kirk's) baitfish ID to it's own sticky topic on the main FishTalk board.  I thought it deserved not to be buried three pages into this post.

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red band minnow from lake Tahoe....


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Can't identify these other 2 minnows - also caught in Tahoe....anyone care to research?




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The top one is a speckled dace, the bottom is a Lahontan redside, the same as the red band minnow in the previous post but without the redband.  Both minnows are native to Lake Tahoe.


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The top one is a speckled dace, the bottom is a Lahontan redside, the same as the red band minnow in the previous post but without the redband.  Both minnows are native to Lake Tahoe.

Thanks for that info  :smt023


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top pic: smelt

bottom pic: perch


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top pic: smelt

bottom pic: perch
spotfin surfpearch....be careful not to treat these as shiners wrt regs. there have been quite a number of tickets written of late, where fisherpeople have thought these were shiners


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What type of Sardine? Can anyone confirm this???

Is it a Pacific Sardine???
« Last Edit: August 25, 2009, 02:01:40 AM by Mooch »


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What type of Sardine? Can anyone confirm this???

Is it a Pacific Sardine???


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What type of Sardine? Can anyone confirm this???

Is it a Pacific Sardine???


Jack Mackerel

Thanks Marv!


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