Sunfish (Pumpkin Seed, Sunny, Brim, Perch, Pearch, Red Breast, Red-Headed Bream, Red-Bellied Bream, Copper Nosed Bream, Red-Bellied Perch, Blue Sunfish, Blue Bream, DoUardee, Black Warmouth, Goggle-Eye, Warmouth, Big Mouth, Sun Perch, etc.): Caught in the ponds and lakes in the Great Lakes region and the coastwise streams from Maine to Georgia on the artificial fly and the angle-worm with light Brook Trout fly tackle. One of the most abundant fresh-water fishes of the United States east of the Rocky Mountain region, and about 25 species are known. Haunts quiet places in clear and still waters. Weighs up to one and a half pounds in the lakes; averages smaller in the ponds.
Randall, Wainwright. The Angler's Guide: a Manual for Campers and Anglers. New York: Field and Stream Pub., 1909. Print.
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