These photos are more like my normal offerings, but I think good enough with which to work. A couple of these would be SC lifers and/or all-time lifers for me.
Central Stoneroller, right? Would be an SC lifer for me.
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Mirror Shiners? The last two are the same fish, one picture showed details better, one hinted at the colors better. Would be an all-time lifer.
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Enough here to call this a River Chub? When it came out of the water it look way more "chubbish" than it does here, and it's so small I don't know if there's enough to distinguish it from Mr. Bluehead. Would be an all-time lifer though, so what the heck...
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No flippin' clue on this dude, and I don't expect you can do much with this photo. There were two of these caught, and they were easily separated from other fishes by their transparency and their determination to swim at the surface.
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What about these dace? Most of the dace a caught were easily Longnoses. One or two when they came out of the water looked very Western Blacknose to me, which I liked 'cuz those'd be SC lifers for me. But in the pictures and book descriptions they seem as much (or more) Longnose.
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Those first two pics are obviously Longnoses, even in my poor photos. This last one though, was "definitely" Western Blacknose" when it came out of the river; now I don't know.
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Gratuitous scenery shot...
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