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My sister and her children were camping up in East Tennessee and stumbled across this toothy thing. We've never seen anything this big with this many teeth aside form a gar in Tennessee ever. What is it?

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It could be a walleye, they are in Tennessee in the deep lakes and big rivers that run cold. Walleye have a fan - shaped dorsal fin with a wedge shaped one behind it. If it has a continuous dorsal fin, it could be a bowfin. But the lower lip looks most like a walleye. Sauger are also in Tennessee.

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