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Minnows??

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Can you guys take a look at this post and tell me if you know the kind of minnow I have here. Minnow trapping

Any help is appreciated. Dont want to sound like a homer but I dont think I have ever seen one like this.

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I can tell you with absolute certainty that you have a male fathead minnow.

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That must be why they have whiskers. grin.gif I thought they were fatheads but just wasn't sure. I would assume they will work just fine for fishing?

Thanks for your input. laugh.gif

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If they stop working a lot of baitshops will be going out of business.

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I can tell you with absolute certainty that you have a male fathead minnow.


Thats it and if anyone wants all the males out of my bucket just let me know grin.gif. The eyes love them females over those leatherheads

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