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Redfin Pickerel Details
Name: Redfin Pickerel
Water Type: freshwater
Latin Name: Esox americanus americanus
Common Names: Bulldog Pickerel, Little Pickerel, Mud Pickerel, grass pickerel, Banded Pickerel, Redfinned Pike
Ideal Water Temp: 75 to 85
World Record: 2 lbs. 10 ounces
Description: http://www.landbigfish.com/fish/fish.cfm?ID=41

Also known as the Bulldog Pickerel, this smaller species is found in the southern most part of the Merrimack River drainage and coastal watersheds of New Hampshire. It's habits are similar to the Chain Pickerel and it's diet consists almost entirely of small fish. It is the smallest member of the Pike family, attaining a maximum length in NH waterbodies of 12 inches. It is usually mistaken for a small Chain Pickerel, but can be distinguished from the latter by it's barred coloration rather than the chain-like pattern and also by it's red or orange spotted-fins.
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