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Blue gills are a popular and seemingly omnipresent member of the sunfish family, native to a wide area of North America and certainly well known in New York. When they are prolific in a lake or pond, they are easily caught on any live bait and any line. In my childhood, every child caught a four inch bluegill with only a worm and a hook on a string and every Mom learned then to cook them. Pretty and familiar, bluegill is distinguished from other sunfish by the vertical bands usually visible on their side and the bright, almost glowing light blue on the jaw and gill flap.
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