Coppernose Bluegill Fingerlings 1-3 inches for pond stocking. 35-45 cents each depending on quantity needed.
Coppernose Bluegill are a subspecies of Bluegill, in the Sunfish family, and are native to Southeastern portions of the US. The Coppernose Bluegill are considered to be the #1 choice across the South as a bait-fish species for Bass, but they are also considered a sport fish because they can reach 2lbs in size with proper conditions and management as they feed train well on 32% - 40% protein fish food. They also feed on aquatic insects, worms, small minnows, and mosquito larvae. Bluegill mature at 3 inches in length, with females capable of laying between 10,000 and 60,000 eggs per spawn once water temps reach 75 degrees.
Recommended stocking rate is 500 per acre, or up to 1,000 per acre if Bass are already present.
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