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jackfish

(ˈdʒækˌfɪʃ)
n, pl -fish or -fishes
(Animals) the pike fish, esp when small
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191) Devon Canada Corporation, Application for Approval of the Devon Jackfish Project (November 2003).
Ras Mohamed has several diving sites, including Jackfish Alley, which is sure to provide an adventurous dive.
Before heading back to urban life, campers are rewarded with a tour of the lagoons and swimming with Miniloc's famous jackfish and colorful marine species at the resort's house reef.
The streams and lakes abounded with fish, brook trout, grayling, whitefish, jackfish, and many others could be caught in large quantities.
Eventually, I caught it eating a Jackfish," he says, pointing to the picture on his laptop brimming with photos and videos, "I was thrilled.
Westcoast Pipeline reaches back into the deep Montney Basin with a 240 MMcf/d High Pine pipeline set for completion at the end of 2016, along with a second project in the same time frame, Jackfish Lake, a 140 MMcf/d line.
I had an opportunity also to sample a pristine sashimi of jackfish (talakitok) and some rich slivers of hamachi (yellow tail).
Unlike Ernest Hemingway's Old Man and the Sea which depicts an epic battle between the (lone and singular) old fisherman and a large marlin, Rapongan's story of an old fisherperson gestures toward ecological and planetary collectivities and connectivities, engaging both the human and the jackfish or flying fish in sustained dialogs: "if there is no ocean, there will be no fish and thus no wisdom" (29).
The extensive sushi and sashimi menu features sea urchin, flying fish roe, sweet shrimp, jackfish and fatty tuna.
The shadows of the overwater bungalows serve as a hideout for schools of jackfish, and curious butterfly fish followed us everywhere, as if begging to be photographed.