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                                              THE LIFE LIKE COLLECTION

                                                UNDERWATER SWIMBAIT

                                                   BABY SUNFISH SERIES

            REDBREAST SUNFISH

This Redbreast  species native range is condensed to eastern North America, in Canada and south to the rivers emptying into the Atlantic Ocean. The species has been introduced as far west as Texas. The average length of the sunfish is around 11 cm with a record 30.5 cm. The record weight for the fish is 1.75 pounds.

                   PUMPKINSEED

Pumpkinseeds typically are about 4 in (10 cm) in length, but can grow up to 11 in (28 cm).They typically weigh less than 1 pound (450 g), with the world record being 1 pound 6 ounces (620 g). They are orange, green, yellow or blue in color, with speckles over their sides and back and a yellow-orange breast and belly. 

                 REDEAR SUNFISH

The redear sunfish generally resembles the bluegill except for coloration and somewhat larger size. The redear sunfish also has faint vertical bars traveling downwards from its dorsal. It is dark-colored dorsally and yellow-green ventrally. The male has a cherry-red edge on its operculum; females have orange coloration in this area. The adult fish are between 20 and 24 cm (7.9 and 9.4 in) in length.  also larger than the average bluegill.

                       WARMOUTH

Warmouth are found throughout much of the south in the Mississippi River drainage, from the Gulf and Atlantic coasts and northward to the Chesapeake Bay, and westward throughout Texas to the Rio Grande, and northward into the Great Lakes basin area. The warmouth is a highly aggressive and hardy fish, and they can live in ponds, lakes, rivers, and backwater streams and can often survive in streams with low oxygen levels where other species of sunfish cannot. The species exists with breeding populations in southern portions of Canada.

                    WHITE CRAPPIE

White crappies are native to the Great Lakes, Hudson Bay, and the Mississippi River basins expanding from New York and southern Ontario westward to South Dakota and southward to Texas. This species has a large geographic range in the United States and currently has a stable population. 

                     BLACK CRAPPIE

The black crappie's habitats are lakes, reservoirs, borrow pits, and navigation pools in large rivers. They prefer areas with little or no current, clear water, and abundant cover such as submerged timber or aquatic vegetation, as well as sand or mud bottoms like those found in lakes, ponds, streams, and sloughs.

                          BLUEGILL

Bluegill live in the shallow waters of many lakes and ponds, along with slow-moving areas of streams and small rivers. They prefer water with many aquatic plants, and hide within fallen logs or water weeds. They can often be found around weed beds, where they search for food or spawn

                SPOTTED SUNFISH

The spotted sunfish is a warmwater native of the Southeastern United States that inhabits areas of slow moving water. It is a benthic insectivore. Spotted sunfish do not commonly exceed 10 cm and a weight of 3 oz. It has some value as a pan fish and is occasionally caught by bream anglers. Spotted sunfish exhibit similar breeding behavior to other sunfishes.

                LONGEAR SUNFISH

It is native to the area of eastern North America stretching from the Great Lakes down to northeastern Mexico. The longear sunfish reaches a maximum recorded length of about 24 cm (9.5 in), with a maximum recorded weight of 790g (1.7 lb).  Most do not live beyond six years. The longear sunfish is quite colorful, with an olive to rusty-brown back, bright orange belly and blue-green bars on the sides of its head. A unique characteristic is their elongated opercular flap, giving an appearance of a "long ear".

                 GREEN SUNFISH

The green sunfish is native to a wide area of North America east of the Rocky Mountains, from the Hudson Bay basin in Canada, to the Gulf Coast in the United States, and northern Mexico. They are specifically indigenous to a number of lakes and rivers such as the Great Lakes and some of the basins of the Mississippi River. Green sunfish have been introduced to many bodies of water all across the United States, so are frequently encountered.

Sunfish Details

- Solid structure with metal connectors

- Sunfish lures are 3.5 inches long

- Each sunfish is labeled under the chin

- Life like eyes/fins and colours

- Comes in black collector box

- Limited edition (#10 species)

- Black insert foam

Price $15 usd each free shipping on orders over $50usd

THE LIFE LIKE COLLECTION

UNDERWATER SWIMBAIT

BABY PIKE SERIES

NORTHERN PIKE

TIGER MUSKELLUNGE

Northern pike are most often olive green, shading from yellow to white along the belly. The flank is marked with short, light bar-like spots and a few to many dark spots on the fins. Sometimes, the fins are reddish. Younger pike have yellow stripes along a green body; later, the stripes divide into light spots and the body turns from green to olive green.

The tiger muskie lives in the lakes and quiet rivers in Canada, the Great Lakes, the Upper Mississippi Valley, and the Ohio and St. Lawrence Rivers. It is found the most in Michigan.  Several states, including Minnesota, Michigan, New Hampshire, Washington, Massachusetts, Arkansas, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming stock tiger muskies.

CHAIN PICKEREL

Its range is along the eastern coast of North America from southern Canada to Florida, and west to Texas. On the Atlantic Coast, in Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, the chain pickerel extend as far as 46°N. The fish inhabits fresh water from the Mississippi Valley into southern Wisconsin. It also is commonly found in Lake Michigan and the lower portion of the Great Lakes

MUSKELLUNGE

Muskellunge closely resemble other esocids such as the northern pike and American pickerel in both appearance and behavior. Like the northern pike and other aggressive pikes, the body plan is typical of ambush predators with an elongated body, flat head, and dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins set far back on the body. Muskellunge are typically 28–48 in (71–122 cm) long and weigh 15–36 lb (6.8–16.3 kg),though some have reached up to 6 ft (1.8 m) and almost 70 lb (32 kg).

 

GRASS PICKEREL

The grass pickerel's range is further west, extending from the Great Lakes Basin, from Ontario to Michigan, down to the western Gulf Coast, from eastern Texas to Mississippi.

 

                                                    Pike Lure Details


- Solid structure with Realistic fish colour patterns

- Bass and Pike fishingLure

- Pike lure is8 inch long including soft tail

- 3D Soft clear fins/tail and eyes

- Natural swim / injured action

- Dyneema ribbon connection

- Each pike species is labeled under chin

- Size #3/0 hooks with hook protectors

- Slow cranking depth 1-3 (ft) sinking bait

- Black foam protector insert

- Black collector box with lure window

- Limited Edition ( #5 coloured pike species)

Price $25 usd each (free shipping on orders over $50)

Northern Pike

$ 25 USD

 

Muskellunge

$ 25 USD

 

Tiger Muskellunge

$ 25 USD

 

Chain Pickerel

$ 25 USD

 

Grass Pickerel

$ 25 USD

 

Pumpkinseed

$ 15 USD

 

Redbreast Sunfish

$ 15 USD

 

Redear Sunfish

$ 15 USD

 

Warmouth

$ 15 USD

 

White Crappie

$ 15 USD

 

Black Crappie

$ 15 USD

 

Bluegill

$ 15 USD

 

Spotted Sunfish

$ 15 USD

 

Longear Sunfish

$ 15 USD

 

Green Sunfish

$ 15 USD

 

Sunfish of North America Tin Sign

$ 20 USD

 

Pike of North America Tin Sign

$ 20 USD

 

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