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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-02-2017 11:49 AM
Halfwaythere
I would pass on eating a chub in the first place

But I've eaten many a gill or perch with the black spot parasite. As long as you're not serving up sushi, you will be okay.
12-31-2016 09:41 AM
joesaliga The black spots are most likely caused by parasites. "The grubs that cause black spot are actually
white, but they cause infected fish to lay down a black pigment around each encysted worm."

"Black spot is not a parasite of man, and infected fish can be safely eaten."

This quoted information is from Midwest Outdoor (August 1986), p. 90.

I personally would pass on eating the fish.
12-30-2016 11:15 PM
Halfwaythere
Bait

Used to use these for Northern Pike bait when I was a kid. Caught them in streams under bridges.
08-29-2016 11:25 PM
ja-knee-sea Chub... Larger sized ones are usually smoked and picked at with Ritz crackers... Delicious... Next time you go to a grocery store with a fish counter, look at smoked chubs..
08-29-2016 09:27 AM
mikeyd Lake chub. Catch them a lot ice fishing in the harbors.
08-28-2016 10:22 PM
habeebtc The pink coloring looks like some of the Chub I catch in the creek by me. Eventually decided they were a species of Chub called a "Fallfish". Could be a hybrid of that as well, but the pink coloring is a hallmark of that kind of chub.
08-28-2016 10:00 PM
Kazik Almost looks like a juvenile Chub Sucker, but the mouth doesn't look like it protrudes downward enough.

it may a hybrid ?

I caught this fish on the canal near the lake michigan.

I can catch them legally , as live bait ? (catfish, walleye)
08-28-2016 01:42 PM
FishArt Good question! Almost looks like a juvenile Rainbow, but the scales are too big to be a trout. If I were to guess, I'd say it's some type of Shiner. Almost looks like a juvenile Chub Sucker, but the mouth doesn't look like it protrudes downward enough. Juvenile fish are sometimes very tough to identify! This is one for the biologists!
08-27-2016 11:22 PM
Kazik
what is the name of this fish ?

what is the name of this fish ?




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