I have found pictures on the internet to be helpful for identification purposes as well
dressing up my web pages. Kids enjoy looking at them, and like anything else, it is a
learning experience for them. I have assembled pictures of many of the species that
fishermen pursue, and have listed other sites where pictures and information can be
found. I hope you find this collection of value. See quiz at bottom of page.
See links below.
Index of Pictures
Bunker (Moss Bunker, Manhaden) Page 6 Channel Bass (Red Drum, Redfish) Page 5 Fluke or Flounder (Summer) Page 1 Oyster Cracker (Toadfish) Page 5 Red Drum (Redfish, Channel Bass) Page 5
Check links below if you don't find the fish you want.
Do you know the differance between a fluke (Right) and a flounder (Left). The fluke looks to the left while the flounder looks to the right. Both fish have their
eyes on one side. When the fish are young one eye migrates to the top of the fish. The fluke gets much larger than the flounder.