Species of Fish

By xfernal on 1/25/2016 • Rank (6963) • Views (7195) •Comments(1)
The black crappie, is a freshwater fish found in North America, one of the two crappies. It is very similar to the white crappie in size, shape, and habits, except that it is darker, with a pattern of black spots. Black crappies are most accurately identified by the seven or eight spines on its dorsal fin (white crappies have five or six dorsal sp...

By xfernal on 2/23/2016 • Rank (6162) • Views (6334) •Comments(0)
The bluegill or bluegulli occurs naturally in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains from coastal Virginia to Florida, west to Texas and northern Mexico, and north from western Minnesota to western New York. Today they have been transported most everywhere else in North America, and have also been introduced into Europe, South Africa, Asia,...

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New Orleans Style Fishing Charters
Located just 30 minutes south of New Orleans, Lafitte waters hold a variety of fish to be caught from the hard fighting red fish to the paper mouth sp