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On the Hudson River Manhattan by the tennis courts at Chelsea Piera this swam by. It was staying up top moving pretty slow. Sun was out and it looked translucent?

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26 mins ago, Evil-Bay said:

i'll be the 1st to say...White Perch...

 

:howdy:

Incorrect. I believe this is the Black Perch. The OP does mention this is NY waters.

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Yeah, I'm starting to think bunker but it was bigger I'd say around 15 inches.  Looked real lethargic and kind of lost so sick bunker makes sense.

 

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Definitely bunker suffering from the bacteria plaque.  I live on a tidal river in Nassau and see it all day and all night.  It seems to effect the older and largest of them.  They are all off colored, have brown vegetation growing off them like strings and eventually start swimming erratically and on the surface.  The first thing they try to do once they realize that they are infected is separate themselves from the school.  

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11 hours ago, Saltydogfishing said:

Definitely bunker suffering from the bacteria plaque.  I live on a tidal river in Nassau and see it all day and all night.  It seems to effect the older and largest of them.  They are all off colored, have brown vegetation growing off them like strings and eventually start swimming erratically and on the surface.  The first thing they try to do once they realize that they are infected is separate themselves from the school.  

Dang. I wish people did that!

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