Along the Pacific coast, tide pools and rocky crags house a multitude of small aquatic species. None of them interest many anglers. There is no chance to hook one. But the Painted Greenling could become a catch for you with this one piece. The size of this bottom fish, averaging at just a few inches in length, might make it seem trivial. But this small grayish fish has a striking coloration pattern: rust bars that extend all the way onto its fins. Quite a beauty, but divers should beware. It likes to hover in the poisonous fish-eating anemones unaffected.
These small fish are great aquarium stock! They only average around 10 inches and they are awesome to look at. The Painted Greenling lives in the tentacles of sea anemones to protect itself from predators since they won't be stung. This fishing Romper is great for any and all anglers who love a bizarre and cool fish!