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South Dakota State Fish

South Dakota State FishThe lowly bullhead (right) is far more familiar to most South Dakotans than the walleye.

What would an invisible fishing museum be without a state fish? South Dakota’s state fish is the walleye, which also represents Minnesota and Vermont.

Believe it or not, the walleye isn’t invisible. Nevertheless, most South Dakotans have probably never seen one. (I’ve never seen one myself.) The state’s most familiar fishes probably include the largemouth bass, white crappie, bluegill, and bullhead.

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