One strange evening on a classic trout stream had brought me nothing but fallfish (albeit nice ones) when I cast outside the main current flow at a fish rising to little flying ants in a back eddy. It took and, much to my surprise, it was a sunfish I'd never seen before! Turns out it's a red-breasted sunfish, a common species in the East.
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