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bluegill:

see sunfishsunfish,
common name for members of the family Centrachidae, comprising numerous species of spiny-finned, freshwater fishes with deep, laterally flattened bodies found in temperate North America.
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As a result, total stocks of bluegill sunfish and black bass are estimated to have fallen to 1,300 tons and 400 tons in the spring of 2006 from 2,500 tons and 500 tons in the spring of 2002, respectively.
For example, yellow perch predation on small bluegills may positively influence bluegill growth and size structure in Minnesota lakes with complex fish communities (Anderson and Schupp 1986; Fullhart et al.
A note on the results of feeding fire ants to bluegills and redear sunfish.
As you're telling him about a good catch of bluegills, he'll start nodding, agreeing that he's caught 'em that big himself, and say, "Oh, yeah, good, nice fish," in a supportive way.
The mean Hg tissue concentration of longear sunfish from the upstream sampling site was twice that seen in stonerollers and bluegill sunfish.
bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus; black crappie, Pomoxis nigromaculatus; and yellow perch, Perca flavescens) populations, we sampled fish communities, physical characteristics, and invertebrate communities in 30 Nebraska Sandhills lakes (Paukert and Willis 2000).
At the end of the line a bluegill tugs ferociously, pulling the boy not only toward landing his first fish but toward understanding the link between fishes and ponds and people.
Park includes a changing room, sand beach, lawn picnic area, and fishing for bass, bluegill, perch, sunfish, and trout.
Along with rainbow and brown trout, Diamond Valley Lake is home to largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern bluegill, southeastern bluegill, red-ear sunfish and catfish.
Largemouth bass, stripers, sunshine bass and a myriad of smaller sunfish like bluegill and specks at first may appear to be in the rushing current but they're actually slip-streaming and holding just out of the main force.
For example, there's a 24-acre tract with woodlands, a pond with excellent bluegill and bass fishing, and a nice homesite overlooking the pond.
A generous annual stocking of catchable rainbow trout supplements large populations of petite bluegill and crappie.