activities should serve as a lesson and act as a deterrent to him and others from acting in the same way.
Some anglers like to use floats for keeping shiners
at a given depth, others prefer freelining them so they look more natural and can swim up under the vegetation.
Sediment and detritus, perhaps incidentally ingested with other food items, were found in 13% of all Texas Shiners
What many of us know as a black eye is also, as many of us know, a shiner
Despite this accumulated information, population trend and distributional knowledge gaps still exist for many species, including three species recently collected from the La Grange Reach of the lower Illinois River: Shoal Chub Macrhybopsis hyostoma, Channel Shiner
Notropis wickliffi, and Banded Darter Etheostoma zonale.
Who knew that Arkansas was the biggest supplier of shiners
in the world?
Feeding ecology of Emerald Shiners
and Rainbow Smelt in central Lake Erie.
This month, he will drive up toward Amarillo, to pull nets through the water and count the number of small new shiners
The Topeka shiner
, a minnow that grows to be no larger than three inches in length, was once abundant in many streams and rivers throughout the state.
The electro-fishing crews have found 204 golden shiners
so far this week, most of them concentrated in one spot, and many of them ripe for spawning," Jackson said.
Generally, the species composition has not dramatically changed, with possible exception of decrease of river shiners
from the earlier, Hesse studies.
Digestive tract contents from 486 smalleye shiner
Notropis buccula and 475 sharpnose shiner