Game fish, sport fish, or quarry fish are the popular fish that recreational anglers hunt, and can be freshwater or saltwater species. These fish can be eaten after being caught or released after capture. Some game fish are also commercially fished, such as salmon and tuna. This category is intended for recreational sports fish and has only the following subcategory. The following 70 pages are in this category, out of 70 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes. Recreational anglers tend to go after sport fish such as big bass, Nordic pike, rainbow trout, bear, sunfish, round tail, chubby, striped largemouth bass, and striped bass. Non-game fish are any species that is not specifically classified as hunting, with the exception of those that are considered endangered. This means that they are often chased in competitive sports because of the force with which they resist being caught.