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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-09-2015, 08:29 AM Thread Starter
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Ozark Sculpin

Ozark Sculpin from Wayne County Missouri

A big, meaty sculpin, this fish is found in the Ozark Highlands where it lurks in rocky riffles and preys on anything that can fit into its mouth.

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Re: Ozark Sculpin

I'm from Missouri and these are cool fish. Need a stream set up. Toss in a few Northern Stud Fish in the riffle pool and you got a nice tank. In the local streams there is an endless supply of bull frog tadpoles. Good food for Sculpins
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Re: Ozark Sculpin

i just looked these lil' guys up and i have got to say they look pretty cool.they are a cool little predator that grows to a pretty decent size.one of the smallest predatory fish i have seen. i would say that they are like a mini version of a large mouth bass.

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