40 – 50 cm (max 120 cm), belongs to the family percidae. Living space: large running and still waters with clouding and solid ground.
5 – 8 cm (max 11 cm), has 3 moveable spines on its back. Living space: appears in the coastal region of the ocean, shallow waters, brackish waters, and fresh water.
60 – 100 com (max 150 cm), during spawning times the male has an elongated hook like lower mandible, the spawning hook. Living space: ocean or fresh water.
Rainbow trout: 25 – 50 cm (max 70 cm), belongs to the salmon family. Living space: running and still waters, is more tolerant towards lower oxygen levels than the brook trout.
20 – 40 cm (max 45 cm), belongs to the carp family. Living space: still waters, brackish waters, and slow flowing waters with aquatic plants.
15 – 45 (max 50 cm), has 6 to 9 dark transverse ties along its back. Living space: tarns, ponds, lakes, rivers, and brackish water.
40 – 50, belongs to the salmon family. Living space: dark, cold and oxygen-abundant lakes with a gravely bottom.
Males up to 50 cm, females up to 150. Living space: running and still waters in connection with the ocean. It is a bottom living fish, which during the day hides in aquatic plants, small caves, and other hide-outs.