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About Lake Anna
Largemouth bass, striped bass, and crappie are the main species of interest at Lake Anna. Opportunities also exist for anglers to catch bluegill, channel catfish, walleye, white perch, and yellow perch. This fishery is very diverse and offers something for every angler’s taste.
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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.
Despite its common name, the white perch is actually a bass and a close relative of the white bass and the striped bass.
The yellow perch, unlike the so-called white perch, Morone americana, is a true perch, not a bass.
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.
Crappies are members of the sunfish and the black bass family. Black crappies can be found in large ponds and shallow areas of lakes.
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 walleye is a wide-ranging, North American species that occurs virtually everywhere on the mainland.
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Conservation Through Participation
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Learn more about how fish populations and habitats are managed, the connection between fishing and water quality, and the importance of fishing laws.