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  • rudyglove27
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    Blue gill for sure!

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  • emeraldjay
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    Where I go it's a toss-up between chain pickerel and pumpkinseeds.

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  • minigunner111
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    blue gill

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  • walleye fisherman
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    Yellow bullhead or orange sunfish. Most of the time I catch them I'm going for something else. They get slightly annoying when that's the only thing you can catch. The good thing is is that bullhead can be good eating if cooked right and there's no limit on them since they're an invasive species here in South Dakota. Good luck fishin'!

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  • huskerguy
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    Have to agree with buckhunter. Don't need much to catch bluegill and bullhead.

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  • jbird
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    bluegill, bream, perch, sunfish. All related, and all eager for a little piece of worm.

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  • retired tpr
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    Sunfish - You can't keep them off the hook!

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  • texasmcintyre
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    Large Mouth Bass

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  • hunt_fish_sleep
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    Rainbow Trout? If that is the easiest fish for you to catch, I want to live in your neck of the woods. For the rest of the country, the easiest fish to catch would be the Sunfish family.

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  • renegades
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    Rainbow Trout

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  • Alex Pernice the fly rod winner
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    Bream or yellow perch.

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  • Beekeeper
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    Bluegill & Bullhead Catfish

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  • BamaCreekBum
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    Jim,
    A few people around here say bluegill for one certain type and most people around here say bream as a name for the sunfish family as a whole. I atch all different kinds of bream including bluegill and shellcracker(redear sunfish). I guess it just depends on where you live.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    muskiemaster,
    I've caught plenty of bluegill on a hook that used to have a worm on it!

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  • Jim in Mo
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    Bama,
    I say bluegill but my friends in Ark on Beaver Lake say bream is a slightly different fish. I'm sure they are in the same family just like pumkinseed etc.

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