Minnow is the common name for a number of species of small freshwater fish, belonging to several genera of the family Cyprinidae. They are also known in Ireland as pinkeens. Smaller fish in the subfamily Leuciscinae are considered by anglers to be "true" minnow. Shiner is a common name used in North America for any of several kinds of small, usually silvery fish, in particular a number of cyprinids, but also e.g. the shiner perch (Cymatogaster aggregata). Learn more about Minnow and shiner
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