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The pools of the Nueces hold a diversity of piscatorial predators, including a half-dozen or so species of sunfish.
The research team decided to call the species the hoodwinker sunfish, or Mola tecta, which comes from the Latin word tectus, meaning hidden.
Cuyahoga River Restoration has provided shade, shelter and food for more than 400 catfish, bass, shiners, sunfish and other native fish species.
Their suits may feature animals like turtles and sunfish, but the seaworthy patterns never swerve into the cutesy.
The native fish including large mouth bass, pumpkin seed sunfish, and catfish were relocated to the upper pond or other area waterways such as the Darby Creek.
Outlook: Johnson County Park and Recreation District reports: Crappies and panfish fair; catfish fair late on liver; bass and wipers fair to good early (bass on spinners and soft plastics; wipers on sunfish along the dam).
Outlook: Jayhawk Marina reports: Crappies fair (but small) on minnows; catfish excellent on goldfish, sunfish and dip baits on limb lines and rod and reel; walleyes very good in 5 to 10 feet of water on nightcrawlers; all other species slow.
The 183 acre lake offers freshwater fishing for largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, and crappie.
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