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Spotted Seatrout Page
Spotted Seatrout Page Cynoscion nebulosus: Also known as Speck and Speckled Trout
Spring Pygmy Sunfish, Fishes of Alabama
Alabama is blessed with an abundance of streams and rivers. This large amount of fresh water provides a home to over 306 native freshwater species. Alabama is second only to Tennessee in the number of freshwater fish species found in a state. These diverse aquatic habitats also support thirteen species of fish that only occur within the state of Alabama. These unique species are found in limited areas of river basins, particular watersheds, or springs. One of the fish species that is unique to Alabama is the spring pygmy sunfish.
Sturgeon Page: comprehensive information on these great fish, including fishing,
All things sturgeon, including fishing, conservation, aquaculture, caviar, aquaria and over 100 links
Sunfish - Minnesota DNR
Species descriptions of Minnesota's sunfish, the bluegill and pumpkin seed.
TNHC - North American freshwater fish index
This is a taxonomically structured index to TNHC Fish WWW images, distribution maps, and general information on freshwater fishes of North America
Texas Freshwater Fish ID
Texas Freshwater Fish Species Identification Page
Texas Freshwater Fishes Poster - pdf
Texas Freshwater Fish Species Identification and Information Poster - pdf
The Black and White on Alabama's Crappie
Crappie are among the most sought-after game fish by Alabama anglers. They are widespread throughout the State, very abundant in many waters and excellent table fare. However, even the most ardent anglers are often confused about the biology of these species.
The Decline of Freshwater Mussels in Illinois
The Decline of Freshwater Mussels in Illinois - a paper by the INHS
The Redeye Bass: Brook Trout of the Warmwater Game Fish
Abounding in the small, cool, upland streams of the Warrior, Cahaba, Coosa, Tallapoosa and Chattahoochee River drainages is the redeye bass, Micropterus coosae. The redeye bass is one of the smaller members of the black bass family, but what it lacks in size is more than compensated for by its readiness to smash a fly or spinner and its fighting ability, once hooked.
Tiger Muskie Fact Sheet
Tiger Muskie Fact Sheet
Trout - Minnesota DNR
Species descriptions of Minnesota's two native trout, the brook and the lake.
Trout and Salmon Guide
Four page trout and salmon identification guide from the state of Washington. This is a PDF file.
Turtles in Alabama Farm Ponds
On occasion, pond fishing may be interrupted by pesky pond critters such as turtles. Some anglers believe that pond turtles reduce fish production by consuming small fish and fish eggs. The bad reputation that turtles have earned is unwarranted because many turtles are scavengers, eating vegetation and dead or dying animals. Besides carrion and vegetation, diets of turtles also include aquatic insects, crayfish, fish and mollusks.
Use of Grass Carp in Alabama Ponds
Many ponds in Alabama suffer from aquatic plant weed infestations. Heavy weed infestations can negatively affect fish populations, cause poor esthetics, limit access for fishing and in severe cases, cause fish kills. Physical, chemical, and biological methods can be used to control weeds, but the most often used method is the use of a fish known as grass carp or white amur.