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Synonyms for bluegill

important edible sunfish of eastern and central United States

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The migratory birds feed on large-mouth bass, striped bass, blue gill, catfish and even squirrels.
The categories are first through third place bass; first through third place pickerel; and miscellaneous (trout, perch, blue gill, crappie, sun fish or horn pout).
Note the flanneled fishermen who work the shorelines for native cutthroat trout, bass, blue gill or perch.
Among other information, we learned the Wailua River is 21 miles long, but only 2-1/2 miles is navigable for our flat-bottomed boat; silver mullet, blue gill, bass, catfish, even barracuda call the river home; the grotto was used by ancient Hawaiians for religious services.
Included on the property are two creeks and five stocked ponds with catfish, blue gill, crappie, large mouth bass, ring perch and walleye pike.
Diamond Valley Lake, known as the "jewel of California lakes," is regularly producing trophy rainbow trout, largemouth and smallmouth bass, blue gill and sunfish as well as catfish.
He pointed out that the brook is an over-wintering site for mallards, wood ducks and Canada geese, and is home to great blue herons and other water birds, fish species including hornpout, carp, blue gill, bass, pickerel, and frogs, painted turtles and snapping turtles.