Pomoxis annularis

The White crappie is a freshwater fish found in North America. Other common names for it include goldring and silver perch. They have 5-10 dark vertical bars along their bodies, and a silvery color with green or brown shades along its back, with dark lateral bars along it’s side, and a white belly. The anal fin is about the same size as the 7-8 dorsal fins which end in spines. It is a deep-bodied fish with a flattened body, and it’s depth one third of it’s length. The exposed part of the scale has tiny tooth-like projections. The mouth has a terminal position with many small, conical teeth in two rows They rarely exceed 2 pounds and are about 9-10 inches in length.