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    WTG!! Those are some fat Sunshines!

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    Cool

    Bi-Catch Thursday...LMB and Sunshines played hard to get but the bi-catch was kewl. They both ate the Stick Shadd

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    Second the notion on the Sunshines. Lake George sunshines were dieting on Sunday morning. Could see the bait balls. Couldn't get anything to eat.

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    Managed a few Sunday around Mullet Lake but we worked for them.

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    Went yesterday (3-15) and froze in the Wind. One LMB and no stripers. Today I'm here sipping coffee and taking today off.
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    Man , those are some porker sunshines !!

    Nice work !!

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    Things are changing...20 LMB today largest was right at 3# and only 2 Susnhines...water temp 67 degrees
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    Hi. I'm from up north. What is a sunshine? I have never heard of it. To me it looks like a fat, hybrid striped bass. These are caught in fresh water? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DES51 View Post
    Hi. I'm from up north. What is a sunshine? I have never heard of it. To me it looks like a fat, hybrid striped bass. These are caught in fresh water? Thanks.
    From FWC:
    Sunshine bass were first produced in Florida by state hatcheries, and all sunshines are still produced and stocked. This is because they are a hybrid of a female white bass and male striped bass that does not occur naturally. Sunshines often have broken stripes on the front half and straight lines on the rear half of the body.

    Freshwater

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    Thanks. Found it on the FWC site after I posted the question. Pretty cool fish! Unfortunately I don't think there are any in my area.

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