if i had a scanner at my house i'd throw up one of the most amazing pictures ever, the fish was like 40 pounds, my mother caught it on a date with my father beforethey were married. the fish had like 3 small togs, 2 bunker, 2 lobsters, a fluke, anda few crabs. i'll have to scan it on later.
I never thought to photograph the stomach contents, but I had a 20 pounder, this year, that had a whole lobster and a really big herring inside. This year I've also seen more crabs inside the stomachs of stripers than in previous years.
I've cleaned a bunch of fish, but more times than not, their bellies were full of grass shrimp and spearing. I fish in the backwaters most of the time and only find other species in the stomach contents towards the fall when the fish are heading south. I do find it interesting that I rarely clean fish full of peanut bunker, even though I usually fish under the bait balls most of the time. Either they digest those small bunker very quickly or they just don't eat them like I thought they would.