Bluegill AD

Scientific Name

Lepomis macrochirus


Kanan Lake and Dua Ribu Lake

Real Life Location

West North America and east

Tackle Size


Largest Size

1.27 ft

Base Fish Points


The Bluegill is also known as the bream, brim, or copper nose. It appears in both Kanan Lake and Dua Ribu lake. It is very difficult to mistake for any other fish in the area because of its distinct appearance. There are lots of types of panfish relating to bluegill, over 30. They are smaller than in the game, rare ones less than 1 ft, and are common at 4-6 inches. They feed on microscopic life, and some larger insects and invertebrates. In real life, they will eat mostly worms, but the larger ones might eat lures. Real life bluegill smaller than 3-4 inches can be used as great bait for gars, catfishes, and basses. In real life, they are extremely easy to fish and even a novice fisherman shouldn't have a problem catching.


Baits & LuresEdit

  • Lure: It likes nearly all lures designed for S-M size.
  • Any small bait.

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