About Buckeye Creek
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The Channel catfish is very highly regarded for its food and sports value. The Channel catfish is most abundant in the central part of U.S. and southern states.
The steelhead is an extremely valuable species in any and all of its forms.
Despite its common name, color is not the best way to identify the Black Bullhead.
The brown bullhead is relatively small compared to other similar species, but is an extremely popular fish with anglers.
The largemouth bass is the most popular freshwater game fish in the U.S. Learn more about how you can identify a largemouth bass, where to catch it and what bait and lures to use.
To most freshwater anglers, the striped bass is a very important game fish is relatively new. The striped bass closest freshwater relatives are the white bass, the yellow bass, and the white perch.
The sturgeon roe is the only true caviar.
The coloration of pumpkinseed sunfish is one of the most vibrant of any fish in fresh water.
The green sunfish is a panfish with white, flaky flesh.
Like the bluegill and other sunfishes, the redear sunfish is and excellent panfish with white, flaky meat.
The bluegill is one of the most popular panfish species you can find in North America. And is a fish that has become increasingly popular among fly fishing anglers.
The American shad is highly regarded as a game fish and can be found predominantly in the southern states of U.S.
The smallmouth bass is the second largest member of the sunfish family attaining a weight of almost 12 lb.
Crappies are members of the sunfish and the black bass family. Black crappies can be found in large ponds and shallow areas of lakes.
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Conservation Through Participation
You can help support and protect our aquatic natural resources by simply going fishing and boating. Buying a fishing license, respecting other anglers, practicing catch and release, being mindful of water conservation, keeping the environment around us clean and fishing responsibly are just some of the ways you can participate.
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