This group contains all the members of the sucker family that aren't buffalo, redhorse, or carpsuckers. It contains both the most common sucker in the world, and some of the rarest species of fish in North America. Suckers are all native fish - found in North America since ancient times and nowhere else. These under-appreciated fishes are worthy of much more attention as sportfish - they're often abundant, quite tasty, and always tough fighters. They're also beautiful in their own unique way.
White Suckers, Hogsuckers, Jumprocks, Spotted Suckers, etc.
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