Good work again! 12 inches on the papermouth and congrats on getting to 7 species! You've definitely set the bar pretty high (and consistently too I might add). I only wish I had the time to get out and travel around and give you a run for your money
On a side note in your crappie picture, it's a little tough to count the dorsal fin rays (looks like 6 to me??), but I think I see faint vertical bars on the body of the fish, soooo... is that a white crappie?
I ask because I've never caught one since I started paying attention (hundreds of black crappie, but no whites...). If it is a white, is that a common catch at CJ? I fished there once and caught plenty of crappie, but unfortunately that was before I knew the difference between the two species
It seems like white crappie should be an easy one to add to my list but so far they have eluded me.