Suckers may not be the most attractive of all the schooling baitfish, but they are one of the tastiest. This common forage swims in streams, rivers, tailraces, and lakes, where Smallmouth, Largemouth, Walleye and Pike live. The elongated body shape and soft dorsal fin make them easy to catch and even easier to swallow, making them difficult for predators to resist. Available in two sizes and a medium-slow sink speed. Freshwater.