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ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE

1. Crappies belong to the same scientific family as smallmouth bass and various other “sunfish.”
True
False

2. The world-record yellow perch was caught more than 130 years ago, not in the Midwest, but in the East.
True
False

3. The Ozark bass and northern rock bass are close relatives.
True
False

4. Anglers often catch the flier, which resembles a small crappie, in swift mountain streams.
True
False

5. Rattlesnake pike, horsefish and pickering are all nicknames for the sauger, a cousin of the walleye.
True
False

6. The yellow bass is such a prolific spawner that it has become a stunted pest in many Southern lakes.
True
False

7. Redear sunfish, or shellcrackers, sometimes exceed 6 pounds.
True
False

8. Bullhead catfish always have six pairs of whiskers.
True
False

9. Young largemouths and bluegills are the primary foods of the white bass.
True
False

10. Government-improved bream is a common nickname for redbreast sunfish.
True
False

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