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OMFGKenny
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Help with fish identification


I caught it out of my private pond in my backyard a few years ago. (Just remembered I had this pic) I always just called it a perch-bass. Never caught another one.


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Choirboy
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re: Help with fish identification


It is a Crappie





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TJG210
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Looks like a Sac A Lait, another possibility is a hybrid striped bass?





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geauxpimp
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It's either a white perch, a crappie, or a sac a lait.





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DaBigDogg
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Definitely a sac-a-lait. The white variety have those vertical stripes, the black variety are specked. Just observations from my experiences.





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beulahland
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re: Help with fish identification


A bass-a-lait? Or just a nice crappie?





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Bullredbf
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Big sac au lait





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ZacAttack
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re: Help with fish identification


shite stirrer. Is what it's called around these parts.


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Slickback
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White sacaulait/crappie/white perch


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AlxTgr
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Large white, White Perch





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thedice20
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It is a highly invasive species. I actually specialize in the removal and eradication of this nasty species.

I just need permission to access said cess pool.






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Tigerhouse
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Sac-Au-Lait





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bayoudude
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Once those are in a pond you probably can't catch enough of them to hurt their population.





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Clyde Tipton
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White Perch, troll.

Also acceptable, sac-a-lait, white crappie, paper mouth, and speck.






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Broke
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and speck.


WUT?






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AlxTgr
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WUT?
Yup. Used a lot 'round here.






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thedice20
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Yup. Used a lot by them boys 'round here, sippin dat ice cold beer. chewtobacca chewtobacca chewtobacca spit...






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Nascar Fan
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Large white, White Perch






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Pintail
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them boys 'round here, sippin dat ice cold beer. chewtobacca chewtobacca chewtobacca spit...







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Geauxtiga
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You're too young to be hoisting.





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