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just to let u know, they added a bunch of new fish to the tank, a 60 pound bllue cat, a bunch of bass including a 13 pounder, a bunch of alligator gar, some crappie, stripers, etc, worth takin a look, and something that looks like a small sturgeon, but i forgot to ask
 

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Sure those arent just long nose gar? That tank seems awefully small to me to put that many fish into it.
 

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There are also some snakeheads and a drum. I also saw a walleye in there along with a few white bass.



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No, I was told they were snake head. I first I thought it was a redfish as it had that little circle on its tail. Was told they put them in there for the pike to eat instead of eating the trout.



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Ot a bowfin - complete with circle on its tail:



bowfin (native to US) and snakeheads (nonnative, as you know), are often confused.
 

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Northern Snakeheads don't have a circle on the tail, but bowfin do.

Bowfin fishing is considered choice by many in more Eastern parts of the US.  They pull hard and want to stay deep.
 

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Cutthroat said:
Ot a bowfin - complete with circle on its tail:



bowfin (native to US) and snakeheads (nonnative, as you know), are often confused.
That look like what i saw.


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