by Ted Naydan
This year I've caught a nice number of very small bluegills, around 75 that were two inches and under. They are fast becoming one of my favorite fish to catch. Mostly because each one is so different, and they're really very beautiful, like living jewelery. It's like catching tropical aquarium fish. They also can be quite challenging and difficult to catch, not like the adults. Here are some pictures I think of some of my smallest ones.
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Col. Robert Venables 1662
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