Lucky for bullheads beauty is in the eye of the beholder
It wasn't so long ago that I was enthralled by bullheads. My dad often wondered why and to this day I really couldn't tell you with certainty what it was that made the species so attractive. Maybe it was the heft of the fish, so much larger than the sunfish regularly caught from the dock or possibly due to the charm of its unique attributes; tiny eyes, whiskers and the infamous spines that were said to be poisonous, at least in folklore to gullible young anglers.
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