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Location: Atlanta, GA
Latest Activity: Feb 21
New Jersey Natives:
|Creek Chubsucker||Erimyzon oblongus||Native||Fresh||G5 S4||This widely distributed species is an important forage fish and is particularly sensitive to siltation.|
|Northern Hog Sucker||Hypentelium nigricans||Native||Fresh||G5 S3 Special Concern||Common in neighboring states of PA and NY, it is rarely encountered in NJ and seems limited to the Delaware River and a few of its northern coldwater streams.|
|Quillback||Carpiodes cyprinus||Native||Fresh||G5 S4||Limited primarily to the Delaware and Raritan Rivers, this sucker species is easily identified by its tall dorsal fin.|
|White Sucker||Catostomus commersonii||Native||Fresh||G5 S5||Very abundant in most rivers and streams outside of the Pinelands, and frequently account for the much of the biomass in the aquatic ecosystem.|
Small stream Fallfish grabbed a classic Swiss Swing Spinner .
Small Stream White Sucker . Strong Fish !
How cool is this ? Catching White Suckers by Hand ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RCDwjT-oVo
I want to target them in a certain lake that is near me.
Dont know much about fishing them though . I know they are early spawners that'll come up creeks from lakes shortly after iceout . Ya think thats the best time to go after them or would a post spawn return to the lake be better?
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