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Topic: Freshwater fish ID [HELP] LMB/Bluegill/Hybrid?  (Read 5681 times)

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wlshafor

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Was out at Lisbon Slough on Friday 06/28/2013 when I reeled in this little monster.

I showed this picture to a few people & the feedback was mainly neutral being a Hybrid fish mixed with a large mouth bass & bluegill.

What's your guesses? I never caught one like this yet. Has anyone els pulled out something like this before?




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I catch those around any rocks at Mendo and Sonoma, as well as some little local ponds.
I think they might be called green rock bass.
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+1 on Green Sunfish
Or
Poss spawning male Warmouth

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That's a sunfish.when I was a kid I use to keep some in my fishtank.

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Looks like a warmouth sunfish. Maybe a little pumpkinseed mixed in.

 
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Green sunfish. Kinda squishy and bite on bare hooks. I used to use them for Fathead bait.
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You might be correct

Below is copied from http://calfish.ucdavis.edu/species/?uid=36&ds=241



Very stout and slightly deep body
Rounded pectoral fins

Larger terminal mouth has maxillae that extend past the front margin of the eye
Short stiff opercular flaps

10-12 dorsal, 8-10 anal, 5 pelvic, and 13-15 pectoral fin rays

9-11 dorsal, 3 anal, and 1 pelvic spine(s)

Dark olive on back becoming lighter on the sides, often with iridescent green
 flecks and colored stripes
Yellow-orange breast and belly, iridescent green stripes on the cheek
Dorsal and anal fins have a dark blotch on their soft-rayed portion

Young show fine, closely spaced chains of iridescent blue green grid

Back, sides, and fins of breeding males turn dark along with yellow margins on the fins

green sunfish?




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They have pretty colors to them. I always wanted to do a freshwater tank with Bluegill, Yellow Belly Catfish, Crawdad and Crappie just never took the risk of getting caught.


That's a sunfish.when I was a kid I use to keep some in my fishtank.

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