Search

Content tagged with "sunfish"

Image of a black crappie

Black Crappie

Pomoxis nigromaculatus
Also called "papermouth, "bachelor perch" or just "crappie," this popular panfish is deep bodied and strongly compressed laterally (slab-sided). The sides are silver with an irregular pattern of dark speckles. The upper jaw is long, reaching past the middle of the eye.

Read more

Illustration of bluegill

Bluegill

In Missouri, the bluegill is one of the most widely distributed and abundant members of the Sunfish Family. While the Missouri Wildlife Code designates it as a nongame fish, the feisty, tasty bluegill is fun to catch and eat.

Read more

Image of bluegill

Bluegill

In Missouri, the bluegill is one of the most widely distributed and abundant members of the Sunfish Family. While the Missouri Wildlife Code designates it as a nongame fish, the feisty, tasty bluegill is fun to catch and eat.

Read more

Image of bluegill

Bluegill

Lepomis macrochirus
One of the most abundant and popular panfishes in North America, this deep-bodied, slab-sided sunfish sports a black “ear flap” extending from the edge of its gill cover.

Read more

Image of a green sunfish

Green Sunfish

Image of a green sunfish.

Read more

Image of green sunfish

Green Sunfish

Green sunfish.

Read more

Image of green sunfish

Green Sunfish

Lepomis cyanellus
Th green sunfish is thick-bodied with a large mouth. The upper jaw extends to about the middle of the eye. The back and sides are bluish green, grading to pale yellow or white on the belly.

Read more

This Aquaguide shows you how to manage your Missouri pond or lake for hybrid sunfish.

Read more

Image of a longear sunfish

Longear Sunfish

Image of a longear sunfish

Read more

Image of longear sunfish

Longear Sunfish

Longear sunfish.

Read more