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8/7/17 @ 6:50 PM
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ttime
ttime
MEMBER since 4/4/06

Are these both Browns or Yellows? 

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9/4/17 @ 9:50 PM
Pool8
User since 1/27/17

The old timers used to call them poor mans lobster cook em and dip them in butter used to be lined up on the banks at nite from genoa to lacrosse the lanterns lite up the whole way great memory 

9/4/17 @ 6:45 PM
ttime
ttime
MEMBER since 4/4/06

How long do they spawn?  Still getting fish with eggs.

8/25/17 @ 8:07 PM
ttime
ttime
MEMBER since 4/4/06

Am I missing something about Bullheads spawning more then once?  I looked it up and its not the case from a google search atelast but have been catching em for weeks now and some are still full of eggs.  they should have been done in april, what is going on?  They are the Black Bullhead if that matters.

8/10/17 @ 7:51 PM
Viszla-Terrier
User since 12/27/10

Caught this beauty couple days ago.

8/9/17 @ 1:12 PM
Fishlovme
Fishlovme
MEMBER since 6/22/01
Even though they are brownish in color they appear to be yellow bullheads to me. Big ones at that!

8/9/17 @ 12:45 PM
RawFish7
RawFish7
User since 8/7/08
One good and easy way to tell the difference is the color of the barbels. Yellow bullhead will have white to yellow barbels and brown bullheads will have darkish brown barbels. In many fish ID books this is one of many indicators they give to determine the difference between browns and yellows. 

8/9/17 @ 12:18 PM
machoprogrammer
User since 1/19/07

Those are yellow bullheads. Brown bullheads have wider dorsal fins

8/9/17 @ 12:12 PM
Mr.Seaguar
MEMBER since 2/5/05

Both yellows

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