White Crappie Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

Common Name:

White Crappie

Scientific Name:

Pomoxis annularis

Diet:

Zooplankton, small fish, invertebrates, and insects

Habitat:

Lakes, reservoirs, and slow moving warm streams

Spawn:

Late Spring over nests that males construct usually near vegetation or other submerged cover. Males guard the eggs that usually hatch within one to five days.

Distribution:

Gunnison Bend Reservoir

Origin:

Native to North America east of the Rocky Mountains

Characteristics:

Deep body that is flattened side to side. The back is arched in front of the dorsal fin and dips over the eye, giving it a humpbacked appearance. Dark colored back with silvery sides and seven to nine dark vertical bars, a white belly, and spots on the dorsal, caudal, and anal fins.

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