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Common carp

The Common Carp, a sought-after game fish, flourishes in warm freshwater habitats. Its body is a mixture of golden-yellow and olive colors on its top and face, respectively. These heavily-built fish possess barbels, located on each side of their lower jaw, similar to those found in some catfish species. These whisker-like sensory organs aid the carp in detecting food and predators, ensuring that they stay alert.

The Common Carp is renowned for its robust, stocky body structure. Anglers are drawn to their fighting spirit, as they put up a strong struggle and do not tire easily. These are sizeable fish, with an average length ranging between 15.75 to 31.5 inches and an average weight of 4.5 to 31 lbs.

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The Black Buffalo, also known as the current buffalo or buoy tender, is a freshwater fish species originating from North America. Belonging to the sucker family (Catostomidae), they are closely related and bear a striking resemblance to the bigmouth buffalo and small mouth buffalo. The Black Buffalo boasts a smaller mouth with thicker lips, a compact snout, and a more streamlined body. Their small mouths feature short and delicate pharyngeal teeth.

Typically, Black Buffaloes measure around 20-30 inches. Their weight ranges from about 10 to 30 pounds. They are considered mature when they reach 2 years of age.

grass carp

The Grass Carp, also referred to as white amur or silver orf, is a medium to large freshwater fish that belongs to the minnow family. It is easily recognizable by its plump, elongated body and large head, which makes its eyes appear small. The Grass Carp is characterized by its overlapping, often silvery scales, which are accentuated by dark edges. The fish's color gradually darkens from its white belly to an olive-green or gray hue on the upper part of its body.

They typically reach sizes of 65 to 80 pounds in their natural habitat, but, a few 400-pounder sightings have been reported—that is, if these reports are to be believed, of course.

While it's possible to catch a catfish or other non-predatory fish, it may be an unexpected occurrence, and we cannot guarantee it as the norm.