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They have heavy black speckling on the fins and body. Brown bullhead are dark brown or gray above and have white to yellowish bellies. Channel catfish have dark blue to olive backs with pale to yellowish sides and bellies, and scattered dark spots that often disappear in large fish. American shad are bluish or green above with a silvery side, large prominent scales, a dark spot just behind the gill cover, which may have additional spots behind it, and a deeply forked tail. They may appear similar to warmouth, but have lines on the side and six anal spines rather than three.
Their back and upper sides are dark olive-green, often with dark vertical bars on the sides, and the belly is pale yellow to light orange. It has a shape similar to buffalo and carp, but it has a rounded tail fin, smaller scales, and a larger mouth.
The lower fins all have white forward margins followed by a distinct black stripe. They are most similar to the the redeye basses, but do not have any red coloration in the fins or pale margins on the tail. Brown trout are olive to golden brown with yellowish to silvery sides. They differ from other trout in having pale markings on a darker background.
They have an elongated and slightly compressed body, and two narrow tooth patches on the tongue, which readily distinguishes them from white bass. They are most similar to spotted and Florida gar, which both have a shorter and broader snout. Hybrid bass have more distinct stripes that are often broken or offset. They have red spots, and pale wavy markings and spots along the back and sides.
Freshwater drum have a deep oval-shaped body with a high arched back. Black crappie have a compressed body, arched back, dorsal and anal fins of similar size and shape, seven or eight dorsal spines, and a large mouth with an upper jaw extending under the eye. They can be distinguished from other bass species by their large mouth. Striped bass differ in having a more elongated body shape, white bass differ in having fainter continuous stripes, yellow bass have distinctly yellow coloration, and white bass lack stripes.
Brook trout have a greenish to grey back, with silver to reddish-orange sides and belly. Tallapoosa Bass differ from all other bass species in that the second dorsal, caudal, and anal fins have yellow-green coloration with white edges. Striped bass have silver, copper or greenish backs and pale sides marked by six to nine dark, unbroken stripes running from head to tail. They are most similar to channel catfish, which have dark chin whiskers, and blue catfish, which have an anal fin with a long straight edge.
Common carp have a deep stout body, brassy in coloration, yellow to orange lower fins, large scales, forked tail, and prominent barbels around the mouth. The sides and fins are mottled with irregular dark spots that do not form a distinct pattern. They have an olive back with a yellow breast, and the pale to yellowish sides are marked with brownish spots or bars. Smallmouth bass are usually bronze to brownish green, with dark vertical bars on their sides.
It has two separate dorsal fins and the lower lobe of the tail is tipped with white. It is most similar in appearance to shoal bass, which usually have a dark spot at the base of the tail. Found throughout most of the state, except for the mountains, but most abundant in the southern half.
The ear flap is dark with a pale margin, and there is a prominent dark spot in the rear dorsal and anal fins. Natural brook trout populations only exist where rainbow and brown trout do not exist. All text and images Copyright New World Publications. Warmouth have a thick, oblong body that is brassy to dark olive-green, with broad, irregular dark bars giving it a mottled appearance, often with a yellowish belly. They are most similar to yellow bullhead, which have pale chin whiskers, and black bullhead, which have a pale bar at the base of the tail.
All Rights Reserved worldwide. They can be distinguished from striped bass by the somewhat football shaped body and single patch of teeth on the tongue. You can also transfer to an iPad using iTunes and selecting Apps then scrolling down to File Sharing. The similar chain pickerel has a distinct chain-like pattern on the sides and a vertical bar through the eye.
This link will send you a file. They are most similar to the hickory shad, which have a strongly projecting lower jaw, and blueback herring, which have a larger eye. The ear flap is short and dark with a pale margin. All digital sales are final and non-refundable if downloaded. Chattahoochee bass are found above the fall line in the Chattahoochee River basin.
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They are most similar to black crappie, which do not have vertical bands on their sides and have seven or eight dorsal spines. They are most similar to American shad and blueback herring, which have a lower jaw that is equal or only slightly projecting beyond the upper jaw.
Hybrid bass have shorter, stockier bodies and broken stripes, yellow bass are distinctly yellow, and white bass lack stripes. Redeye bass differ from all other bass species in that the second dorsal, caudal, and anal fins have brick red coloration on the outer portions with white edges.
Longnose gar have a very elongate and thin body, brownish or greenish above, pale below, scattered dark spots present on body and fins, rounded tail, and very long narrow jaws lined with teeth. They may appear similar to rock and shadow bass, but do not have horizontal lines on the side and have three anal spines rather than six. They have a deeply forked tail, an overhanging upper jaw, dark chin whiskers, and an anal fin with a curved margin.
They are most similar to channel catfish, which often have spots, have dark chin whiskers, and a curved margin on the anal fin. Redear sunfish have a compressed body with a rounded profile, and long pointed pectoral fins. White Catfish have a shallowly forked tail, albert hourani a history of the arab peoples pdf and a rounded anal fin.
They differ from other trout in lacking red spots or pale spots on a dark background. They have wavy blue-green lines on the snout and cheeks, and a long narrow ear flap that is no wider than the eye, which can exceed an inch in length and is entirely dark at the tip. The back and upper sides have dark spots that are often encircled with a pale ring, and red spots lower on their sides. Unlike smallmouth bass they usually have a large dark spot at the base of the tail.
They can be distinguished from most other sunfish by the dark ear flap with a distinct red or orange margin and from the similar pumpkinseed by not having blue lines on the head. Largemouth bass have a dark green upper body fading into a whitish belly, with a series of dark marks forming a dark horizontal band along the sides.
Yellow bass are yellow in color, with distinct broken stripes, while white bass lack stripes or a tooth patch in the middle of the tongue. They can be distinguished from common carp in lacking barbels around the mouth, and differ from grass carp and suckers in having a deep stout body rather than an elongate or cylindrical body. Smallmouth buffalo have a deep stout body, gray or dark blue above, gray to olive sides, pale belly, dusky fins, large scales, forked tail, and a small mouth without barbels.
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