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Are bluegill and sunfish one in the same?

It can be tricky to decipher the difference between the two. In this blog we provide you all the details you need to know about bluegill and how they differ from sunfish. Bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) are the driving force behind most impoundments where present. With high reproductive capabilities and a varied diet, bluegill are the ideal forage species, especially in small lakes and ponds. Bluegill are quick to mature and can reproduce at only 3 inches in length, often within their first year. Spawning occurs as water temperatures approach 65 degrees Fahrenheit and will continue throughout the summer with most individuals spawning multiple times. Nests are constructed in shallow wa

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