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Shoal Bass...prob my best bet would be the Apalachicola River drainage, most likely a creek that drains into the river.

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Flyer.... this one is problematic, not common and hard to find areas, they have them in the bootheel...more research is needed to locate my best bet

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Riogrande perch, this one is easy blew it when I lived in Texas and never tried for one...streams around Austin Texas

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Sacramento perch supposed to be common in some waters, endangered in others, more research is needed to locate my best bet

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Blue Sucker .some get caught in feeder creeks into the Missouri river north of KC.

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red breast   some are supposed to be caught in some creeks around KC..however some really good places in the greater A

tlanta area

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full spawning color brook trout   Nipigon River.... however we have options in the ozarks, far from a sure thing though

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tench...common in the UK some waters in the  north east USA..they require water conditions much like smallmouth bass...more research is needed

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I've caught redbreast in New England, colloquially roach, and thought I had seen some locally; so according to this they were established in Flat Creek Cassville MO in 1960 survey.

https://nas.er.usgs.gov/viewer/omap.aspx?SpeciesID=379

and this shows in upper White River drainage AR in 1980  https://nas.er.usgs.gov/queries/collectioninfo.aspx?SpeciesID=379

Brookies that look like that in the northeastern US come  out of streams that you can step across and often the state people don't know or don't admit their existence. The meat is bright orange and delicious.

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So, what caused the large huge white space in my above post? and can that be edited out if I do it again? never mind I fixed that but can not remove/delete this, ...

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