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small sunfishes of the genus Pomoxis of central United States rivers

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At ``secret spot number two,'' Dexter maneuvers the 65-foot Pacific Clipper next to an underwater rock that supplies cover for calico bass.
Eddie at B&A Tackle reports Ben Pellerin took a 1-pound, 9-ounce calico bass out of Indian Lake.
He was named the state's first Angler of the Year based on his trophy catches during 2002, which included smallmouth and calico bass, landlocked salmon and white perch from the Quabbin.
These lines house a surplus of calico bass, sand bass, halibut, rockfish, white seabass and ling cod, to name a few.
The agency said that the ships' documents contained underrated data on salmon and calico bass catches, resulting in damage to Russia estimated at more than 60,000 dollars.
I thought about the connection while casting for calico bass off Trestles Beach, in Orange County, CA, last summer.
You'll also likely see schools of silvery top smelt and possibly calico bass, kelp wrass and the inch-long but spectacularly colored blue-banded goby.
Being a fan of fried calico bass, I can't bring myself to call them crappies.
Like any good hunter, he starts out by knowing his quarry - barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, white seabass and yellowtail - and has devoted a chapter in his book to each species.
Jerry's Bait & Tackle in Milford weighed in a 2-pound 10-ounce calico bass, caught by Craig Mason on a Slug-Go at Lake Chauncy.
Garibaldi, calico bass, mackerel, opaleye, sargo and topsmelt were easy for the kids to spot, thanks to the clear waters and a Catalina Island Fish Finder brochure filled with colorful drawings that everyone received as they boarded.
Mark Wisch tells you how and exactly where to catch barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, white seabass and yellowtail.
Alligators might inhabit the freshwater lakes and rivers in Florida, but on the Charles River, you'll encounter largemouth bass, trout, pike, perch, calico bass and carp, among other species.
Most area bait stores have recorded trophy catches of trout, salmon, largemouth and smallmouth bass, calico bass or crappie, and blue gill.
1 -- 2 -- color) Kayak fishing guru Dennis Spike admires a calico bass, above, while fishing from his kayak near Malibu's Broad Beach.