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What is the state record bluegill fish?

Answer:

The Ohio record bluegill was caught in Salt Fork Lake and was recorded at 3.28 pounds and 12.75 inches long on April 28, 1990.

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The bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) is a species of freshwater fish sometimes referred to as bream, brim, or copper nose. It is a member of the sunfish family Centrarchidae of the order Perciformes. Lepomis, in Greek, means "scaled gill cover" and macrochirus means large hand, which may be a reference to its body shape. A defining characteristic of the bluegill is the bright blue edging visible on its gill rakers.

The bluegill is the state fish of Illinois.

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