These were caught this morning in a small, very shallow(12" max) creek in a minnow trap. The bottom of the creek was covered in leaves. Around twelve fish total were in the trap, all of them except one looked exactly like the top fish - which I am almost certain is a bluntnose minnow.
The bottom fish I am not sure of, I think it is a spottail shiner, but I am not 100% certain.
On a side note, I've been dropping the same trap with the same bait mix in the same place every few days for the last 3 or 4 weeks. I'm surprised to be getting anything at all; the temperature is pretty low now with the highs only in the 40's and well below freezing temps nearly every night. As the weather has gotten colder, I find I'm mostly catching bluntnose minnows wheresas before I was catching a much more diverse mix including sunfish, carp, swallowtail shiners, dace etc.