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Fish of Minnesota Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide New Edition
176 pages, colour illustrations
Fish of Minnesota
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About this book

Now in its second edition, the popular Fish of Minnesota: Field Guide by Dave Bosanko features detailed information about 75 types of Minnesota fish. This handy guide narrows your choices by family and has intricately detailed fish illustrations. Readers can further verify the type of fish using the "Similar Species" comparison features. Also included are fascinating facts on spawning behaviour, feeding habits, and more.

Contents

How to Use This Book
About Minnesota Fish
Frequently Asked Questions
Map Resources
Fish Names
Fun with Fish
Fish Management
Catch-and-Release
Length-to-Weight Ratios
Record Fish
Minnesota State Record Fish
Fish Consumption Advisories
Fish Diseases
Fish Anatomy
Sample Page

Bowfin Family
    Bowfin
Catfish Family
    Black Bullhead
    Brown Bullhead
    Yellow Bullhead
    Channel Catfish
    Flathead Catfish
    Stonecat
    Tadpole Madtom
Cod Family
    Burbot
Drum Family
    Freshwater Drum
Eel Family
    American Eel
Gar Family
    Longnose Gar
    Shortnose Gar
Herring Family
    Alewife
    Gizzard Shad
Lamprey Family
    Native Lampreys
    Sea Lamprey
Minnow Family
    Asian Carp
    Common Carp
    Hornyhead Chub
    Northern Redbelly Dace
    Fathead Minnow
    Common Shiner
Mooneye Family
    Goldeye
    Mooneye
Paddlefish Family
    Paddlefish
Perch Family
    Iowa Darter
    Johnny Darter
    Sauger
    Walleye
    Yellow Perch
Pike Family
    Muskellunge/Tiger Muskie
    Northern Pike
Salmon Family
    Brook Trout
    Brown Trout
    Lake Trout
    Rainbow Trout
    Chinook Salmon
    Coho Salmon
    Pink Salmon
    Cisco
    Lake Whitefish
Sculpin Family
    Mottled Sculpin
Silversides Family
    Brook Silversides
Smelt Family
    Rainbow Smelt
Stickleback Family
    Brook Stickleback
    Ninespine Stickleback
Sturgeon Family
    Lake Sturgeon
    Shovelnose Sturgeon
Sucker Family
    Bigmouth Buffalo
    Black Buffalo
    Smallmouth Buffalo
    Quillback
    River Redhorse
    Longnose Sucker
    White Sucker
Sunfish Family
    Largemouth Bass
    Smallmouth Bass
    Black Crappie
    White Crappie
    Bluegill
    Green Sunfish
    Orangespotted Sunfish
    Pumpkinseed Sunfish
    Rock Bass
    Warmouth
Temperate Bass/Striped Bass Family
    White Bass
    Yellow Bass
Trout-Perch Family
    Trout-Perch

Glossary
Primary References
Index
About the Author

Customer Reviews

Biography

Dave Bosanko was born in Kansas and studied engineering before following his love of nature to degrees in biology and chemistry from Emporia State University. He spent 30 years as staff biologist at two of the University of Minnesota's field stations. Though his training was in mammal physiology, Dave worked on a wide range of research projects ranging from fish, bird, and mammal population studies to experiments with biodiversity and prairie restoration. An avid fisherman and naturalist, he has long enjoyed applying the fruits of his extensive field research to patterning fish location and behavior, and observing how these fascinating species interact with one another in the underwater web of life.

Field / Identification Guide New Edition
176 pages, colour illustrations
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