BREADED PERCH FILLETS

Biology: a group of freshwater fish belonging to the family Percidae. Perch inhabits deep, calm waters of lakes, reservoirs, canals and rivers. Feeds mainly on fishes, water insects, snails etc. Average size is 10-20 inches (10-25.5 cm) and weighs about 5.29 oz (150 g).

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BREADED PIKE FILLETS

Biology: originates from the pristine European waters. It resembles pike with its elongated body and head, and the perch with its spiny dorsal fin. Pike-perch, however, is not, as is commonly beleved, a pike and perch hybrid. Pike-perch inhabits deep, calm waters of lakes, reservoirs, canals and rivers. Feeds mainly on fishes. Average size is 20-26 inches (50.8 - 66 cm).

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BREADED BLUEGILL FILLETS

Biology: fish is noted for the darkend spot on the posterior part of its dorsal fin. Bluegill live in the shallow waters of many lakes and ponds, along with slow-moving areas of streams and small rivers. Ranges in size from 4-12 inches (10-31 cm).

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