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Their hard, diamond-shaped rhombic scales create a very effective armor against most predators. The coloration of longnose gar varies. Typically, the upper side is gray to olive while the lower side is white or silvery.
Gar often have large black spots on their sides and fins with a wide dusky brown midlateral stripe running from nose to tail. Tidal tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay. Although the world record for an adult longnose gar is 6 ft.
Texas , fish ft. Inshore waters and estuaries. Gar spawn in shallow water, May-June. Gar eggs are green, adhesive and toxic to other animals. Although few people eat gar meat, traditional fishing methods for capturing these tough fish is by sight-fishing with a bow or spear.
Other methods include suspending bait just below the surface of the water in shallow areas or using frayed nylon cord as a lure. Gar can survive in water with very little oxygen. Their specialized swim bladder allows them to utilize air that they gulp at the surface of water to supplement oxygen that is taken in through the gills.