Got that at Sawhill Ponds. Originally I thought it was a Bass/Sunfish/Crappie hybird mutant, but now I think that the bass features were only a coincidence. But it sure fought like a bass. This fish had a mouth like a crappie (but a little larger, like a bass). The overall body proportions were similar to a bass (more torpedo than panfish). From the gill spot forward it was colored like a bluegill. And from the gill spot back it looked like an irridecent white crappie. I wish I had a camera with me for that one. It was only about 6 ot 7 inches long.1eyeReD said:DK, where'd you get that? I would love to challenge a taxidermist to replicate something weird like that!
I forget exactly which pond it was, but I think it was pond #8, 9, 10, or 11. Probably #10. And I got it on either a tiny silver Rapala or a gold spinner (that's all I was using that day).1eyeReD said:My elementary school mentality says I should go check out that pond that you're visiting.