The golden shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas) is a cyprinid fish native to eastern
North America ... Two characteristics can distinguish the golden shiner from all
other minnows: (1) the lateral line ...
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The Golden Shiner is a common minnow found in lakes, ponds, marshes, and
quiet streams. It can grow up to 12 inches long, but is usually much smaller.
Other commonly encountered native species are creek chub, fallfish, chubs,
stoneroller, golden shiner, common shiner, and various dace and minnows.
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How to Raise Shiners for Fish Bait. Shiners are minnows that stay close to
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Top: Examples of fathead minnows, not fully grown, but sexually mature. Middle:
Mature golden shiner, ready for action. Bottom: Close up of male fathead ...
None of the minnows' fins has true spines, but in the Carp, some of the soft rays ...
Nearly 20 Shiner species have been collected in Pennsylvania recently.
Golden shiners (Notemigonus crysoleucas) belong to the minnow family (
Cyprinidae) and are widely distributed throughout the U.S, southern Canada, and