Bluegill Sashimi

Heron tongue and fish tail glimpsed here.
Six minutes between spearfishing forays. Two similar-sized fish, Bluegills I think, flopped down the gullet.
Second one came up with a long root or branch that wasn’t in the way for long.
A combination of tongue and shaking dislodges the prey from the lower bill?
I was so concentrating on photographing the Green Heron that I didn’t notice the Great White coming along the other side.

2 Responses to “Bluegill Sashimi”


  1. 1 gkleing3 June 15, 2021 at 7:06 pm

    Love this series!


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