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White Perch
1. Don't leave the bay
Striped-Bass
1. Semi-anadromous, some leave some stay
Flat Fish
1. Eyes Migrate
2. Take right or left hand by gills to determine if its right or left handed
Hog Choaker
1. Spiky body
Flounder (Summer and Winter)
1. Commercially important
2. Found during different seasons
Drum Family
1. Recreationally and somewhat commercially important
Spot
1. Silvery fish with a black mark behind gills
2. Forked tail
Croaker
1. When first seen it has a little and delicate pick sheen
2. Whisker on end of mouth called a barbel
3. Tail is not forked
Yellow Perch
1. Fresh water, riverine fish
2. Yellow black stripes, very colorful
3. Goodtasting
Catfish
1. All lack scales
Channel Catfish
1. Prefers deeper water
2. Greenish with spots and darkly colored barbels
3. Deeply forked tail
White Catfish
1. Plain colored, no spots, light barbels
2. Shallow waters
3. Tail is lightly forked
Brown Bullhead
1. Darkly mottled, dark barbels
2. Square tail
Sunfish
1. Pumpkinseed, Blue Gill, Black Crappie
Pumpkinseed
1. Orange spot on edge of blue/gray gill
Bluegill
1. Blue/black spot on end, no stripes on gill covers
Black-Crappie
1. Lower jaw extends out, no gill cover
Bass (Largemouth and Smallmouth)
1. Largemouth, angle of jaw when closed extends beyond eye, tolerant of unideal places, lower oxygen levels and warm water
2. Smallmouth, angle of jaw does not extend, colder water and fast moving