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    Preliminary identification: Lepomis macrochirus x L. cyanellus, or Bluegill-Green Sunfish hybrid


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    1. aaron j

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    eat him
    #1 1-20-06 5:44am

    NDflyfisher
    Sunfish reproduce quickly under the right conditions and will destroy the lake unless you enjoy catching lots of small sunfish. Lots of sunfish will crash the invertebrate population and from my experience trout need be very big before they will start to eat sunfish. Hard to get large trout with no invertebate base so the sunfish keep reproducing and the cyle continues until the lake sucks.
    #2 3-27-09 9:27pm

    kosel80

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    Way to go bucket biologists......
    #3 12-11-09 11:36pm




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