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Golden shiner - Wikipedia

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The golden shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas) is a cyprinid fish native to eastern North America ... In contrast to parasitism by cuckoos, however, the parent's eggs do not suffer from the presenc...

How to Raise Shiners for Fish Bait | Trails.com

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How to Raise Shiners for Fish Bait. ... as algae, snails, flies, beetles, minnows, small gold fish and other small aquatic animals for the shiners to eat. ... Adult shiners do not offer protection to newly hatched eggs, so special care is not required.

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Jul 1, 2013 ... Try not to have over 15 minnows per gallon of water unless you have a really good filter or are willing to do very frequent water changes. Lastly ...

Common Shiner

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Information about and images of the common shiner.

CATCHING BASS WITH WILD SHINERS - Bass N Edge

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Where to fish; how to hook the bait; the bait; how a bass eats a wild shiner; and the ..... This is some of the exciting part of wild shiner fishing as the bass does his  ...

Baitfish: Feeds and Feeding Practices

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when the fry are ready to eat. The ... feeds for golden shiners, fathead minnows and ... shiners. Intensive culture- Start the young fish with starter feed in fertilized.

Shiner Eat - UWL Website - University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

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What does the Shiner Eat? Luxilus cornutus is much like every other fish in how it acquires its nutrients. First of all, the common shiner is an omnivore, which ...

Emerald Shiner - Oneida Lake Education Initiative

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Emerald shiners have very short snouts and large eyes. They are ... They are also known to eat blue-green algae. ... Unlike most other minnows, they do not spawn over gravel or vegetation, but release their eggs in mid-water during the night.

USFWS: Topeka shiner in Minnesota - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Sep 21, 2016 ... How does listing the Topeka shiner as “endangered” affect people who live ... Topeka shiners are omnivorous (eat plant and animal matter) ...

Redside Shiner - Montana Field Guide

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Species - Redside Shiner - Richardsonius balteatus ... Redside Shiner Color Plate ... Young feed mainly on plankton and adults eat mostly aquatic insects and  ...

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Aquarium of the Pacific | Online Learning Center | Shiner Surfperch

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They are most common in depths from the surf zone to 15 m (50 ft) but do go as deep ... Shiners eat small crustaceans, mollusks, worms, gammarid amphipods ...

BioKIDS - Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species, Notemigonus ...

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What do they look like? ... What kind of habitat do they need? ... Golden shiners eat plankton (small algae and animals that float in the water column) and very ...

Fishes of Minnesota-Common shinner

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Normally this fish lives for 4-6 years but there is a record of a 9-year-old (not in Minnesota). What Do They Eat? The common shiner is an opportunistic omnivore , ...