Bountiful Bullhead

Piecuch, Sarah
April 2010
New York State Conservationist;Apr2010, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p18
In this article the author discusses issues related to bullhead fishing in New York. It is noted that the uniqueness of bullhead fishing lies in the fact that it is best done at night. Among the bullhead species that can be found in the state, the brown bullhead is the one commonly caught by anglers. Brown bullheads grow an average 8 to 14 inches in length and can weigh up to two pounds. Several equipment for bullhead fishing are recommended, which include spincast rod and a lantern.


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