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In addition, his charters catch peacock bass, bluegills, spotted sunfish, shellcrackers, speckled perch, chain pickerel, mudfish and non-native species such as oscars, Mayan cichlids and jaguar guapotes.
Yellow perch, walleye, trout, pike, crappie, sunfish, largemouth bass—these are staples of many ice-fishing trips.
This year, the depths of the world’s oceans revealed a host of watery secrets, from octopi that live in teeming underwater cities to the discovery of a massive new sunfish.
Soon after, four sunfish were stranded on a beach in New Zealand and Nyegaard got the first chance to see her holy Mola up close and personal.
Despite being the largest bony fish in the world and weighing more than two tons, sunfish are quite elusive, which made the four-year search difficult.
So goldfish hogged food and space that could have supported more native fish, like sunfish and catfish.
Gill nets produced freshwater largemouth bass, buffalo, channel and blue catfish and sunfish along with saltwater redfish.
The pools of the Nueces hold a diversity of piscatorial predators, including a half-dozen or so species of sunfish.
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Definition of sunfish for English Language Learners
: a large fish with a round body that lives in the sea
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