It depends on the river. Very generally, in a given river, the most numerous fish are likely to be small and eat a variety of tiny foodstuffs, and serve as the bottom of the food chain. Larger fish tend to be less common, simply because they need more resources each to survive. Not only that, but the commonness of species will change at different points in the same river. If you’re interested in which fish are most common in your local rivers, I suggest running a quick Google search. Or contact your local Fish & Wildlife Department — they can offer you much more specific information.
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