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Loganeffecto
D5E6360B-F1C6-443B-BDA3-4F1040A0EA6C.jpeg  I regularly fish here in NE OK but mainly go for catfish as they are ample and large. I’ve caught a few smallmouth but this doesn’t quite look the same. Whatever it is someone filleted it lol. I know the head it’s much to go by. Just about hooked it up to an 8/0 to see if any flatheads were around 😉
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Lantern Junkie
Doesn't look like a smallie to me ...I'm not sure what it is .
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Loganeffecto
it was fairly good sized too. There was an even larger head beside it. Complete, I would have guessed the larger specimen would have been 6 or 7 pounds(?) which seems quite large for the small river/big creek I was trying.
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Fresh water drum? 

 

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10gage
Isn’t that some type of hybrid? I’m no fisherman but I caught something similar like that and was told it was a hybrid of something, can’t remember 
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Northman49
Looks like a yellow perch. Note vertical stripe on rear/tail section. Also matches pics on Google search. perchx.jpeg 
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Majicwrench
Not a smallmouth.

If it has nasty teeth it is a walleye.
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Hot Diggity

I'm seeing a Largemouth Bass.  Look at the depression just forward of the eye.  Smallmouth don't have that.  Northeast Oklahoma is native range for Largemouth Bass. 
 
illustration of a Largemouth bass



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Loganeffecto
It did have a bunch of nasty tiny teeth, but they were pretty needle like.
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Colonel_kernel
Another vote for perch.  They do get rather large.  Just looking at the skin left behind and the slight hump behind the head, makes me think it’s a perch as well.  
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VincentMechanic31
Sickened (aka: dead) largemouth bass is my two cents.
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Kansas John
I vote for largemouth too.

The pivot point of the jaw on a smallmouth doesn’t extend past the fish’s eye.
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brucesheehe
You can tell by the taste.

Largemouth Bass has a much stronger fishier taste.  Smallmouth Bass has a more subtle and mild taste.
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Duck
Gills and lower jaw are wrong for perch. Looks more like a large mouth.

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Colonel_kernel
Yeah, the more I look at it, the more I’m thinking largemouth.  There’s another piece of skin with stripes in the pic which is confusing though.  Maybe a second fish.
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Bill
Largemouth.  The mouth extends beyond the edge of the eye.  In smallmouth bass , the mouth does not extend past the eye.
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Loganeffecto
I agree with largemouth crowd. What threw me off is the size of these 2 fish and the relatively small river these were caught in. They would have been impressive specimens even in a large lake.
Logan, formerly known as Fester. (It means to rot)
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pagrey
Could be crappie, good eating if it is.
Paul
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Dax
I'm not convinced that's either kind of Bass...
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BillG
Looks like a Sauger to me (member of the perch family)
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