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Florida's Freshwater Fish

written by: steffiebuzz
 
It is always a good time of year to go to fishing in Florida. I'll show you a picture and you tell me what kind of fish you see.

Question 1:

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This fish is distinguished by its scaleless body, broad flat head, sharp heavy pectoral and dorsal spines, and long whisker-like barbels about the mouth.
Grouper
Channel Catfish
Walleye
Large Mouth Bass


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Question 2:

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This fish, the largest member of the sunfish family, generally has light greenish to brownish sides with a dark lateral line, which tends to break into blotches towards the tail.
Largemouth Bass
Trout
Bluegill
Crappie


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Question 3:

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This freshwater game fish spawns in spring in shallow water over sand and gravel substrates and is easily caught at that time. After spawning, it moves offshore into deeper, cooler areas
Crappie
Bluegill
Smallmouth Bass
Trout


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Question 4:

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This fish, with a distinct dark, vertical bar below the eye, is deep olive-green on the back, shading to a creamy yellow on the belly. Olive green blotches are present within distinct black chain-like or interwoven markings on the sides.
Redear Sunfish
Northern Pike
Chain Pickerel
Alligator Gar


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Question 5:

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This fish has a small mouth and oval-shaped, almost rounded body. Body coloration is highly variable depending on size, sex, spawning, water color and bottom type.
Redear Sunfish
Crappie
Bluegills
Bass


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Question 6:

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This freshwater fish, with two rows of teeth in the upper jaw, has a long olive or greenish brown body. The sides are mottled toward the head, with large black spots toward the rear and on the rear fins.
Alligator Gar
Chain Prickel
Bowfin
Southern Pike


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Question 7:

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This fish is olive-green to blue-gray on the back with silvery to brassy sides and white belly. It is easily recognized by the seven or eight prominent black horizontal stripes along the sides.
Striper (Striped Bass)
Crappie
Trout
Large Mouth Bass


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Question 8:

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This fish, often referred to as mudfish, is easily recognized by its flattened head, long, stout body and large mouth full of small, sharp teeth.
Florida gar
Bowfin
Grass Pickerel
Flordia Pike


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Question 9:

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This fish, which has a few irregular, large dark spots on the body, is olive-brown or deep green along the back and upper sides, with a silver-white belly.
Alligator Gar
Longnose Gar
River pike
Black chain pike


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Question 10:

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This fish, known as shellcracker, is light olive-green to gold, with red or orange flecks on the breast.
Crappie
Blue Gill
Red Bass
Redear Sunfish


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