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This release includes data used to fit mass- and temperature-dependent functions for consumption and respiration of redside shiner based on controlled laboratory experiments of maximum consumption (Cmax) rates and routine metabolic rates using intermittent-flow respirometry, across a range of fish sizes (0.6–27.3 g) and temperatures (5–31° C). Long term growth experiments were conducted to evaluate performance of the resulting bioenergetics model. Initial bioenergetic simulations of long-term growth experiments indicated large model error for predicted consumption and growth, and a growth rate error (GRE) correction was developed as a function of daily consumption rate (J·g-1·d-1) and water temperature, and included...