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Channel catfish (top), blue catfish (middle) and flathead catfish (bottom) can all be found in Pool 4 of the Green River.
Spotted bass are the most common of the black bass species observed in Pool 4 of the Green River.
Chris Bowers holds up a nice channel catfish collected and released during routine sport fish surveys.
The scenic view of the Green River downstream of Honakers Ferry Ramp.
Trophy size musky can be found throughout the Green River, like this one collected and released in the tailwaters of Lock and Dam 5.
Sauger and walleye are present in low numbers but are easier to find during the winter months when they congregate below Lock and Dam 5.
Green River is home to a wide variety of species, including this bowfin that was collected and released during a sport fish survey.
American eels also call the Green River home like this 30 inch American eel collected and released near the Honakers Ferry Ramp.
Looking upstream at the tailwaters of Lock and Dam 5 on the Green River.
David Baker holds a nice spotted bass that was collected and released during sport fish surveys.
Chris Bowers shows off a blue catfish collected and released in Pool 4 of the Green River.
Bluegill (top) and redear sunfish (bottom) are present in good numbers in Pool 4, especially in the upper section of the pool.