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The Good Guys

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  1. The Good Guys

  2. Bullhead family • Watch out for barbells….they will sting you • Tolerate low oxygen levels

  3. Bluegill (Sunfish) • Most popular fish in Minnesota • 1 lb sunny is a big Bluegill

  4. Bowfin (Dogfish) • Rough fish • Survive in murky waters • No predators

  5. Brook Trout • Native to Minnesota • Found in Whitewater river (need clean water)

  6. Brown trout • Introduced in early 1900’s • Thrive in warmer water than lake or brook • Found throughout SE Minnesota • Also spawns in late fall

  7. Let’s make a JIG!

  8. Northern Pike • Ambush prey……lie in weeds • Mistaken for musky • “Y” bone make it hard to eat

  9. Muskellunge • Eat fish, ducklings, and muskrats • Tiger musky – musky/northern hybrid • State record = 54 lbs • One musky/10,000 casts

  10. Smallmouth Bass • Red eyes • Mouth extends in front of eye

  11. Largemouth Bass Use smell to eat Back of mouth extends past eye

  12. Lake Sturgeon • Minnesota’ biggest fish! • Covered in plates not scales • Mouth is on bottom of its head • Live to 150 years old.

  13. Freshwater Drum • AKA – sheepshead • Males grunt to attract mates • Eggs float – good distribution through river/lake • 300,000 caught commercially in Miss. River/year

  14. Crappie • Black & white species found in MN • Soft-mouthed makes for tough • fishing • Very good eating. • Most caught fish behind sunfish.

  15. Common Carp • Member of the minnow family • Minnesota record = 55 lbs. • DNR trying to reduce populations in some lakes • Eat by slurping up mud and spitting out liquids. • This leads to sediment increase in clear lakes.

  16. Flathead Catfish • Male protects eggs & young • Noodling (popular in south) ***Noodling Video***

  17. Sauger • AKA – sandpike • Smaller than walleye • Found in border rivers – Mississippi • Not stocked in MN • Spots on dorsal – top fin

  18. Yellow Perch • Cousin to walleye • Panfish • Main food of walleye • Used to be no limit – that’s changed • Jumbo perch

  19. Long-nosed Gar Known for sharp teeth & aggressiveness Can live in warm water w/ low oxygen Found in Mississippi Eggs are poisonous to humans

  20. Walleye • Official state fish • Glassy pupils – needed for deep water. • Great eating!

  21. Lake Trout Largest of North American Trout Grows to 10 lbs or more Begin spawning at 6 years of age Sea Lamprey in Lake superior have decreased Lake trout species Do well in very deep water (80+ feet)