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Old 05-15-2012, 01:53 AM
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i've been catching a bunch of these lately in the 7 to 12 inch range. i'm pretty sure its a warmouth, but if anyone knows for sure, let me know.

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Old 05-15-2012, 02:18 AM
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By the head and body line markings definitely a Warmouth. Not used to see such a yellow belly. Much darker down south where I've caught them. Cool looking!
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Not sure on the ID, but it looks like something that would be fun to catch!
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I agree with theboz, the head and mouth are definitely that of the warmouth. That's a pretty good sized one, have you been getting them on spiders or poppers?
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Yup, definitly a warmouth
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Gonna agree on Warmouth, from what I have seen online anyways...

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I agree with theboz, the head and mouth are definitely that of the warmouth. That's a pretty good sized one, have you been getting them on spiders or poppers?
it took a #10 brown wooly bugger. super fun, hard fighters!

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My guess is a pumpkin seed/bluegill hybrid.
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That's what we called em when I was a kid. A neighbor when I grew up had a really small pond he stocked and we'd catch a lot of those. I bet a 12"er is a lot of fun.
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Warmouth

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