Otherwise known as "The North American Toothless Piranha"!
1. (Lepomis macrochirus). The scientific name for the brim. Usually called a bluegill. Sometimes referred to as a perch, sunfish, and "The North American Toothless Pirahna."
2.They are found in most fresh water sources across the United States. Ponds, rivers, lakes, bayou. They usually school around some type of structure. Docks, stumps, old Christmas trees. Lots of old real trees become brim beds.
3.They feed on insects, worms, tadpoles, smaller fish, small amphibians, and small crustaceans. They will also feed on bits of food. (Like bread).
4.Catching them is not too difficult. Use a small hook and light pound test line.
Popping cork and cane pole
Cork and hook
hand line and small hooks