is a bluegill fish internal or external
No, bluegill are a super abundant species.
bluegill eat fish food aka your mams vagina
You can find bluegill in fresh water. Prolly in a lake or large pond. I fish next to bridge pillars if I go for bluegill. They love wax worms..
Bluegill will eat any species of tiny fish.
Yes, bluegill are a commonly used fish in aquaponics systems.
what eats bluegill fish?
Insects, worms, small fish.
A big fish, such as bass eat bluegill, catfish eat bluegill, muskies eat bass and so on.
No they live in freshwater.
Bass and bluegill do well in ponds.
The state fish of Illinois is the Bluegill. Schoolchildren selected the Bluegill as the state fish in 1986. Although the Bluegill grows to only about 9 inches in length and weighs less than a pound, it has a reputation as one of the best fighting game fish.
The average lifespan of a bluegill fish is about five to six years. Some of them have been recorded to live thirteen years.
Less than a foot
where I live a bluegill is a fish. Yes it is possible to kill the fish if it's near enough to the top of the water. But it a very inhumane way to kill a fish.
Bass, trout, salmon, bluegill, other freshwater fish...
Bluegill, Carp, and Coy
Largemouth Bass and other large fish
bluegill, bass, and some catfish
Bluegill should be kept in a large pond they are a sport fish rather than an aquarium fish and they're regarded as good eating too.
they are pan fish, eat grubs and worms, very similair to the bluegill, when hooked, won't give up with out a fight.
The bluegill is a freshwater fish that has many predators. This fish is prey to birds, turtles, and larger fish.