In terms of survival food virtually anyone can catch, virtually anywhere, fish are difficult to beat; even polluted urban waterways have fish in them in most cases.
Of all the types of fish that exist, Bluegills are one of the most rugged and prolific.
A native to the Eastern United States, they have been transplanted in abundance, inhabiting virtually everybody of still water in the United States as well as most rivers and larger streams.
Even waterways with mild pollution are likely to harbor more than a few bluegills!
Best of all, because they are naturally curious creatures, they are easy to catch and cooked properly, are delicious!
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