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    Never saw one, but itís cool looking!


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    seem em and heard about em and never ketched one
    congrats , there was a thread in the bream area with a guy who whacked a load of them
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappiePappy View Post
    Here's a map of their known range :

    You ever seen one in person here in KY CP? I donít believe I have


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    For those that have caught them, how do they taste?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GREENFISH View Post
    For those that have caught them, how do they taste?



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    They are closely aligned with Bluegill and similar Sunfish. The one in the picture I posted came along with several Bluegill all caught in the same area.
    I suspect many folks have caught and eaten them thinking they were Bluegill or another similar Panfish.
    This picture was the catch that morning. Bluegill, Flier, a Crappie here and there and probably another variety of sunfish.. In the end, they were all battered and fried and I doubt anyone knew which variety they had eaten, only that they were darn tasty!
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    New to me also. Of course tho I live north of that range....but very cool. Thx for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREENFISH View Post
    You ever seen one in person here in KY CP? I donít believe I have


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    Not that I was aware of, buddy .... but then I don't target "bream", nor do I fish the "ponds, swamps, riverine backwaters, or weedy lakes the Fliers are prone to inhabit.

    Here's a link to the KDFWR "observed" encounters with Fliers (by county) : http://app.fw.ky.gov/speciesinfo/spe...rus&strGroup=1

    .... which seems to indicate they are mostly found in the Southwestern portion of the state from what few of the counties I checked out.



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    Flier bream we catch all the time here in North Florida!


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    Thatís definitely a new one to me.
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    Caught this back in May of 2016. Never figured out what it is. Released it after the picture.
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