Mummichog @ 5:30 on WVEC 13
A hardy fish, the Mummichog is an important food source for larger fish and is often used as bait.
There will be a special report on this fish at 5:30 on WVEC TV 13
The story will be on the news.........TODAY
If you have never heard of this fish...prolly taint no big deal to ya.
Mummichog is a killifish (we called them Killies in NJ) and here in Virginia I am pretty sure they call them bull minnows.
glad i fish the western branch for keepers
What size hook you using for those keeper Mummichog ?
Originally Posted by croakerfearme
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Bull minnows are Gudeons yes....but neither are a Mummichog (Killies)
Gudgeon \Gud"geon\, n. [OE. gojon, F. goujon, from L. gobio, or
Originally Posted by racn35
gob, Gr. ? Cf. 1st Goby. ]
1. (Zo["o]l.) A small European freshwater fish (Gobio
fluviatilis), allied to the carp. It is easily caught and
often used for food and for bait. In America the
killifishes or minnows are often called gudgeons.
gudgeons - definition from dictionary.die.net
Nah, Mummichog and Killifish is two different creeters.