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I would like to be able to ID different species of fish so if you have a good pic please post and ID your fish here.

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Lake Trout, On Lake Erie (Sunset Bay) Caught on Rapala Jointed Shad Rap.

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Small Mouth Bass, On Lake Erie (Sunset Bay) N.Y. Caught On Rapala Jointed Shad Rap.

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Brown Trout, male in full spawning color:

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Brown Trout, female:

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Rainbow Trout, male

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Rainbow Trout, female:

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Steelhead (Rainbow):

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Top: Coho, Male full spawning colors

Bottom: "King-Ho" Cross in spawning color. note the huge adipose fin

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King Salmon (Chinook), full spawning color:

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King Salmon, normal color, just before fillet, LOL

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Little Bowfin, male:

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Freshwater Drum:

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Yellow Perch:

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Rock Bass, Google Eye:

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Walleye:

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Common Carp:

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Northern Pike:

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Pumpkinseed Sunfish:

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Chain Pickerel:

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Bullfrog:

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Oh, yeah, since you don't have it here yet, largemouth bass:

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This is a brown fish ( Cubera Snapper).....this one is a dink, they go over a 100#

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Cobia

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The ultimate warrior, a Jack Crevelle, only 25# but still had to be chased down, 5000 medalist mh spinner, I'm gettin old!

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Amberjack, never fought a tougher species. Caught one 100# in Mexico, took 3 men to land it.

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Dolphin

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Sailfish

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Too dumb to know any better, caught this on a fresh water spinning outfit, Cobia, 1975 in Key West, I had hair then.

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Backyard Peacock

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Somewhere I have a black bullhead pic.

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Mostly crappie

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Walleye

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Hybrid

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Freswater Tuna(20lb+king salmon)

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J Franco,

I know you can differentiate the male and female of the salmonoids by the jaw. Extends past the eye it's a male if it doesn't it's a female. Would you or anyone else know if that applies to other fish species?

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Some yes, others no. Some, there's no physical difference.

I don't use it for our trout. I go be mouth shape, body shape, as well as mouth to tell, outside of the spawning runs. During the spawn, the kype jaw is a tell tale sign it's a male.

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Flathead catfish

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Blue catfish

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Silver Carp

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Warmouth

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White bass

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Shovelnose sturgeon

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Spotted or Kentucky bass

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Longnose gar

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Buffalo carp

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Spoonbill or paddlefish

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@slonezp............nice lookin tuna

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Bullhead:

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Rock Bass:

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Brown Trout, regular lake colors:

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King Salmon, female spawning colors:

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Juvenile Brown Trout:

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Bluegillius optimisticus

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Round Goby:

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Wannabe Hero:

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Here's a good one. Not a steelie, but a BIG rainbow:

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Juvenile Rainbow:

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Anyone have eelpout/ling cod/lawyer or American eels?

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Now that's a moray! :eyebrows:

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It looked kinda large for a blackfin and they generally are more silver, world record is 45#.......maybe a bluefin, at any rate it's one fine fish.

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It looked kinda large for a blackfin and they generally are more silver, world record is 45#.......maybe a bluefin, at any rate it's one fine fish.

SirSnook, you're right! My brother-in-laws boat is a blackfin that fish, was a bluefin...210lbs

Sorry for the confusion, the cold meds are causing vapor lock...LOL

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Freshwater Drum

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Buffalo ( some call big bone buffalo)

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Blue Marlin

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Wahoo(St Lucia)

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Asian Carp (Big head Carp)

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Bowfin (grennel)

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Queen Trigger fish (while scuba diving)

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Red Snapper

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Wahoo

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Spanish Mackeral from El Salvador( they look a little different than what I am used to in the Gulf...lol)

Jeff

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00mod, 4th pic is a wahoo, not cuda, they look similar but the markings and teeth are different.

Trigger Fish

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Ribbon Fish

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Reef Shark

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Sir Snook -- that Triggerfish looks like the trumpetfish I caught in Hawaii.

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Pretty sure that's what he meant- triggers are a much different fish.

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Trumpet fish for sure....trigger is one like I posted!

Jeff

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