Definition of bluegill
: a common sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) of the eastern and central U.S. sought for food and sport
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There are at least a half-dozen varieties in most larger Alabama waters in addition to the ubiquitous bluegill, shellcracker and crappies black and white.
Over the next 30 hours, George rode ATVs with his extended family at 640–acre Arcadia Farms, casting off from a boathouse dock into one of the 13 ponds stocked with bluegill, catfish and bass.
At Eddie B’s White Spruce Restaurant & Tavern, the oldest building in Eagle River dating to 1884, try the Fisherman’s Platter with perch, bluegill and smelt.
Striped bass fishing has slowed, but a few linesides to 5 pounds can be taken on live bluegill in the south Delta.
The 183 acre lake offers freshwater fishing for largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, and crappie.
The bluegills are hitting on night crawlers under a bobber.
Fishing will primarily be for largemouth bass and panfish such as bluegills, warmouths and Mayan cichlids.
Any small-body, big-lip crank that will go down 10 feet in shad, bluegill or baby bass will work.
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