What kind of fish?

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Bestoutwest

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What kind of fish are these? We have a bunch in our little irrigation pond, so my wife and son caught some for fun.
 

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Looking on my PC today, I'm not sure if it's a bluntnose now. It's something I always catch in the creeks here in Ohio, but I don't know the name. It may be a type of shiner.

Edit: now that I zoomed in I can see it better. Pretty sure its a red belly dace.
Do they look like this?
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M.Magis":38cafd4p said:
Looking on my PC today, I'm not sure if it's a bluntnose now. It's something I always catch in the creeks here in Ohio, but I don't know the name. It may be a type of shiner.

Edit: now that I zoomed in I can see it better. Pretty sure its a red belly dace.
Do they look like this?
DSC04829%252520Cropped.jpg
Are you going to have it mounted?
 

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M.Magis":2pu55ok1 said:
Looking on my PC today, I'm not sure if it's a bluntnose now. It's something I always catch in the creeks here in Ohio, but I don't know the name. It may be a type of shiner.

Edit: now that I zoomed in I can see it better. Pretty sure its a red belly dace.
Do they look like this?
DSC04829%252520Cropped.jpg
micro fishing...it's a pretty new thing, tho most of us have played around with it at one time or another trying to catch some bait after we were out of minnows or crickets.
I guess it's something I could get into a little more just for the challenge of it.
 

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