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N°1 | Bleak Fish

The Bleak fish is a Cyprinidae. In general, its average size is 10 to 15 cm and its weight is 15 to 50 g. However, some individuals can reach up to 60 g for a size of 25 cm. The bleak has a lifespan of 6-7 years. The spawning period is between April and August. It can lay up to 7000 spawns. You can fish bleak from June to September. This fish swims quite fast and offers a little resistance during the catch. The bleak is a fish with an elongated body that is very compressed laterally, allowing it to have a high velocity. The upper jaw is shorter than the lower jaw. The mouth of the bleak is oriented upwards (above), a typical character of fish that seek their food on the surface. The caudal fin is strongly indented and the caudal peduncle is thin. The dorsal fin is inserted behind the pelvic fins and has a shorter base than the dorsal fin. Its name refers to the bright white color of its scales, which gives the bleak a metallic sheen. Its back is darker greenish-blue, its sides are silvery white and its fins are pale grey. During the breeding season, nuptial tubers appear on the backs and sides of males and their fins become orange.

Fishing period : June to September

Minimum size : 10 cm

Difficulty :

N°2 | The Pacific Lamprey

The Pacific Lamprey belongs to the Petromyzontidae family. The adult size of the pacific lamprey can reach 80 cm. It can live up to 5 years. The spawning period depends on the location. It can be caught between July and September when it enters freshwater. The Pacific Lamprey differs from other lamprey species in that it has three large, sharp anterior teeth located on the supraoral bar. Like all lampreys, they have seven breathable pores on each side of their bodies and a large suction disc that acts as a mouth. They are dark blue at the top and silver or white at the bottom. During the breeding season, Pacific lampreys turn reddish brown and the appearance of the sexes begins to differentiate as a pseudo-anal fin develops on the female. Their larvae are difficult to distinguish from those of other lamprey species.

Fishing period : from July to September

Minimum size : no restriction

Difficulty :

N°3 | The Lake Herring

The Lake herring belongs to the Salmonidae family. This species sometimes grows up to 40 cm and 2.3 kg, but generally measures between 28 and 38 cm long and 170 to 907 grams. It can live from 6 to 10 years. It breeds from fall to early winter. It is fished in summer. Also called ciscos, they have a slim and elongated body that reaches an average length of 30 cm. Their body color is silvery with a pink or purple iridescence on the sides, with a blue, green or dark brown to lighter. Their underside is white, while their dorsal and caudal fins may be dark in color.

Fishing period : in summer

Minimum size : no restriction

Difficulty :

N°4 | The Arctic Grayling

The Arctic Grayling belongs to the Salmonidae Family. The Arctic shade can reach a length of about 24 cm long and weighs about 3 kg. He can live to be 18 years old. It breeds in the spring and lays thousands of eggs. It can be fished all year round. Coloring may vary depending on the location. The dorsal fin is usually bordered red and dotted with large iridescent red, turquoise, purple or purple spots and marks. Back marks are more evident on the large shadows. The back of the Arctic shadow is generally dark. The sides can be in black, silver, gold, or blue. Gold markings sometimes form a border between the hips and the belly, while pelvic fins can be orange, red or pink. The sides and head can be freckles with black spots. The eye of the iris is often the color of gold.

Fishing period : All year

Minimum size : 15 cm

Difficulty :

N°5 | The Muskellunge

The Muskellunge belongs to Esocidae family. It can reach 150 cm of length for 30 kg. It has a lifespan of 30 years. They spawn in springs. It can be fished all year round. The sides vary from greenish to brownish to silvery, usually with dark marks, but marks may be absent. The white or cream belly often has brownish or greyish spots. The dorsal and anal fins, located far away on the body, range from greenish to brownish to blood-red and generally have dark marks. The duckbill jaws have long, pointed teeth: the roof of the mouth has shorter, curved tooth pads. The cheek cover and gills have scales on the upper half only. The underside of the jaw has sensory pores, the numbers varying from 12 to 20, but the number is generally 15 to 18.

Fishing period : All year

Minimum size : 101 cm

Difficulty :

N°6 | The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow

The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow belongs to the Cyprinidae family. The maximum size of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow is 8.9 cm. It has a life span of about 25 months. It spawns in the spring. It is an endangered species that cannot be caught. It is a small fish with a small mouth. The brown to olive dorsal region with a wide and dark medio-dorsal stripe; silvery lateral region with dark pigmentation forming a diffuse medio-lateral band; white ventral region.

Fishing period : prohibited all year

Minimum size : not available

Difficulty :

N°7 | The Steelhead Trout

The Steelhead trout belongs to the Salmonidae family. Steelhead trout is a name given to the anadromous form of red-band trout (O. m. Gairdneri) or coastal rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus. M. irideus). Steelhead trout can weigh up to 26 kg and reach a length of 114 cm. He can live 11 years. It breeds from January to April. It is fished from the end of October to the month of November. Steelheads trout generally have a more refined shape and a silver or copper color when they reach adulthood, which is why they are called them.

Fishing period : October and November

Minimum size : 38 cm

Difficulty :

N°8 | The White Bass

The White Bass belongs to the Moronidae family. Its maximum length is 46 cm and its maximum weight is 3.2 kg. Its maximum lifespan is 15 years. Spawning takes place from March to May. The best time to catch it is from mid-April to mid-May. As with other true basses, the dorsal fin is clearly double, separated into thorny and soft-raked parts. White Bass is a silvery shade ranging from dark grey or black on the back to white on the belly. Several incomplete lines or stripes extend horizontally on either side of the body. Adults look like a young striped bass, and the two are often confused. However, the striped bass has two distinct pieces of teeth on the back of the tongue, and the white wolf has one piece of tooth. The striped bass has two points on each cap, unlike the white bass which has one, and the second spine of the anal fin measures about half of the third spine of the striped bass, while it is about two thirds the length of the third spine in White Bass.

Fishing period : mid-April to mid-may

Minimum size : 25 cm

Difficulty :

N°9 | Bitterling Fish

The Bitterling fish is a freshwater fish and belongs to the Cyprinidae family. Its scientific name is Rhodeus Amarus. The current size of the bitterling fish is 5-6 cm. Some individuals can reach a maximum height of 11 cm and a weight of 10 g. This species is one of the smallest Cyprinid in Europe. It lives on average from 2 to 3 years. The spawning period is between April and June. It lays 40 to 100 oocytes. This fish is easy to catch due to its small size. The bitterling is a small fish whose body is high and laterally compressed. The lateral line is short or incomplete. The scales on the back have a grey-green coloring. The sides are clear with silvery reflections. During the breeding period the silver coloration changes to a pink to bright red color with a dark blue sideband. Sexual dimorphism occurs between the male and female during reproduction. A 5 to 8 mm laying tube (ovipositor) develops in the female, which allows her to lay her eggs in the gill cavity of freshwater mussels. The male has a higher body than the female and its colors become brighter during the breeding season. The bitterling fish's eyes are quite large. Its mouth is small, oblique and the upper jaw protrudes beyond the lower jaw. The anal and dorsal fins have a short base and 8 to 10 branched rays.

Fishing period : prohibited all year

Minimum size : not available

Difficulty :

N°10 | The Bronze Bream

The Bronze bream belongs to the Cyprinidae Family. The current catch size varies between 30 and 50 cm, for a weight of 0.5 and 2.5 kg. Some individuals can reach a maximum height of 80 cm for a weight of 7 kg. It lives between 20 and 25 years. It reproduces between April and June and lay 100,000 to 300,000 eggs. The Bronze Bream can be fished all year round in 2nd category streams and is not hard to catch with the right bait. In Europe, there are 2 or 3 types of bream, 5 species and 2 subspecies. The Bronze bream has a very high and strong body flattened laterally. The bushy back, especially in older individuals, is characteristic of this fish. Its body is covered with large scales and mucus. The Bronze bream has a fairly small eye compared to the size of the muzzle. The mouth is small, oblique, barbless and protractile. The upper jaw protrudes beyond the lower jaw. Teeth are subject to seasonal replacement. The anal fin is very long and has 23-30 soft rays. On the other hand, the dorsal fin is short and inserted behind the pelvic fins. The caudal fin is very indented with the lower lobe longer than the upper lobe.

Fishing period : All year

Minimum size : 30 cm

Difficulty :

N°1 | Bleak Fish

The Bleak fish is a Cyprinidae. In general, its average size is 10 to 15 cm and its weight is 15 to 50 g. However, some individuals can reach up to 60 g for a size of 25 cm. The bleak has a lifespan of 6-7 years. The spawning period is between April and August. It can lay up to 7000 spawns. You can fish bleak from June to September. This fish swims quite fast and offers a little resistance during the catch. The bleak is a fish with an elongated body that is very compressed laterally, allowing it to have a high velocity. The upper jaw is shorter than the lower jaw. The mouth of the bleak is oriented upwards (above), a typical character of fish that seek their food on the surface. The caudal fin is strongly indented and the caudal peduncle is thin. The dorsal fin is inserted behind the pelvic fins and has a shorter base than the dorsal fin. Its name refers to the bright white color of its scales, which gives the bleak a metallic sheen. Its back is darker greenish-blue, its sides are silvery white and its fins are pale grey. During the breeding season, nuptial tubers appear on the backs and sides of males and their fins become orange.

Fishing period : June to September

Minimum size : 10 cm

Difficulty :

N°2 | The Pacific Lamprey

The Pacific Lamprey belongs to the Petromyzontidae family. The adult size of the pacific lamprey can reach 80 cm. It can live up to 5 years. The spawning period depends on the location. It can be caught between July and September when it enters freshwater. The Pacific Lamprey differs from other lamprey species in that it has three large, sharp anterior teeth located on the supraoral bar. Like all lampreys, they have seven breathable pores on each side of their bodies and a large suction disc that acts as a mouth. They are dark blue at the top and silver or white at the bottom. During the breeding season, Pacific lampreys turn reddish brown and the appearance of the sexes begins to differentiate as a pseudo-anal fin develops on the female. Their larvae are difficult to distinguish from those of other lamprey species.

Fishing period : from July to September

Minimum size : no restriction

Difficulty :

N°3 | The Lake Herring

The Lake herring belongs to the Salmonidae family. This species sometimes grows up to 40 cm and 2.3 kg, but generally measures between 28 and 38 cm long and 170 to 907 grams. It can live from 6 to 10 years. It breeds from fall to early winter. It is fished in summer. Also called ciscos, they have a slim and elongated body that reaches an average length of 30 cm. Their body color is silvery with a pink or purple iridescence on the sides, with a blue, green or dark brown to lighter. Their underside is white, while their dorsal and caudal fins may be dark in color.

Fishing period : in summer

Minimum size : no restriction

Difficulty :

N°4 | The Arctic Grayling

The Arctic Grayling belongs to the Salmonidae Family. The Arctic shade can reach a length of about 24 cm long and weighs about 3 kg. He can live to be 18 years old. It breeds in the spring and lays thousands of eggs. It can be fished all year round. Coloring may vary depending on the location. The dorsal fin is usually bordered red and dotted with large iridescent red, turquoise, purple or purple spots and marks. Back marks are more evident on the large shadows. The back of the Arctic shadow is generally dark. The sides can be in black, silver, gold, or blue. Gold markings sometimes form a border between the hips and the belly, while pelvic fins can be orange, red or pink. The sides and head can be freckles with black spots. The eye of the iris is often the color of gold.

Fishing period : All year

Minimum size : 15 cm

Difficulty :

N°5 | The Muskellunge

The Muskellunge belongs to Esocidae family. It can reach 150 cm of length for 30 kg. It has a lifespan of 30 years. They spawn in springs. It can be fished all year round. The sides vary from greenish to brownish to silvery, usually with dark marks, but marks may be absent. The white or cream belly often has brownish or greyish spots. The dorsal and anal fins, located far away on the body, range from greenish to brownish to blood-red and generally have dark marks. The duckbill jaws have long, pointed teeth: the roof of the mouth has shorter, curved tooth pads. The cheek cover and gills have scales on the upper half only. The underside of the jaw has sensory pores, the numbers varying from 12 to 20, but the number is generally 15 to 18.

Fishing period : All year

Minimum size : 101 cm

Difficulty :

N°6 | The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow

The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow belongs to the Cyprinidae family. The maximum size of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow is 8.9 cm. It has a life span of about 25 months. It spawns in the spring. It is an endangered species that cannot be caught. It is a small fish with a small mouth. The brown to olive dorsal region with a wide and dark medio-dorsal stripe; silvery lateral region with dark pigmentation forming a diffuse medio-lateral band; white ventral region.

Fishing period : prohibited all year

Minimum size : not available

Difficulty :

N°7 | The Steelhead Trout

The Steelhead trout belongs to the Salmonidae family. Steelhead trout is a name given to the anadromous form of red-band trout (O. m. Gairdneri) or coastal rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus. M. irideus). Steelhead trout can weigh up to 26 kg and reach a length of 114 cm. He can live 11 years. It breeds from January to April. It is fished from the end of October to the month of November. Steelheads trout generally have a more refined shape and a silver or copper color when they reach adulthood, which is why they are called them.

Fishing period : October and November

Minimum size : 38 cm

Difficulty :

N°8 | The White Bass

The White Bass belongs to the Moronidae family. Its maximum length is 46 cm and its maximum weight is 3.2 kg. Its maximum lifespan is 15 years. Spawning takes place from March to May. The best time to catch it is from mid-April to mid-May. As with other true basses, the dorsal fin is clearly double, separated into thorny and soft-raked parts. White Bass is a silvery shade ranging from dark grey or black on the back to white on the belly. Several incomplete lines or stripes extend horizontally on either side of the body. Adults look like a young striped bass, and the two are often confused. However, the striped bass has two distinct pieces of teeth on the back of the tongue, and the white wolf has one piece of tooth. The striped bass has two points on each cap, unlike the white bass which has one, and the second spine of the anal fin measures about half of the third spine of the striped bass, while it is about two thirds the length of the third spine in White Bass.

Fishing period : mid-April to mid-may

Minimum size : 25 cm

Difficulty :

N°9 | Bitterling Fish

The Bitterling fish is a freshwater fish and belongs to the Cyprinidae family. Its scientific name is Rhodeus Amarus. The current size of the bitterling fish is 5-6 cm. Some individuals can reach a maximum height of 11 cm and a weight of 10 g. This species is one of the smallest Cyprinid in Europe. It lives on average from 2 to 3 years. The spawning period is between April and June. It lays 40 to 100 oocytes. This fish is easy to catch due to its small size. The bitterling is a small fish whose body is high and laterally compressed. The lateral line is short or incomplete. The scales on the back have a grey-green coloring. The sides are clear with silvery reflections. During the breeding period the silver coloration changes to a pink to bright red color with a dark blue sideband. Sexual dimorphism occurs between the male and female during reproduction. A 5 to 8 mm laying tube (ovipositor) develops in the female, which allows her to lay her eggs in the gill cavity of freshwater mussels. The male has a higher body than the female and its colors become brighter during the breeding season. The bitterling fish's eyes are quite large. Its mouth is small, oblique and the upper jaw protrudes beyond the lower jaw. The anal and dorsal fins have a short base and 8 to 10 branched rays.

Fishing period : prohibited all year

Minimum size : not available

Difficulty :

N°10 | The Bronze Bream

The Bronze bream belongs to the Cyprinidae Family. The current catch size varies between 30 and 50 cm, for a weight of 0.5 and 2.5 kg. Some individuals can reach a maximum height of 80 cm for a weight of 7 kg. It lives between 20 and 25 years. It reproduces between April and June and lay 100,000 to 300,000 eggs. The Bronze Bream can be fished all year round in 2nd category streams and is not hard to catch with the right bait. In Europe, there are 2 or 3 types of bream, 5 species and 2 subspecies. The Bronze bream has a very high and strong body flattened laterally. The bushy back, especially in older individuals, is characteristic of this fish. Its body is covered with large scales and mucus. The Bronze bream has a fairly small eye compared to the size of the muzzle. The mouth is small, oblique, barbless and protractile. The upper jaw protrudes beyond the lower jaw. Teeth are subject to seasonal replacement. The anal fin is very long and has 23-30 soft rays. On the other hand, the dorsal fin is short and inserted behind the pelvic fins. The caudal fin is very indented with the lower lobe longer than the upper lobe.

Fishing period : All year

Minimum size : 30 cm

Difficulty :

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