northern pike

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northern pike

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north′ern pike′

a pike, Esox lucius, of North American and Eurasian waters, valued as a game fish.
[1855–60, Amer.]
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Noun1.northern pike - voracious piscivorous pike of waters of northern hemispherenorthern pike - voracious piscivorous pike of waters of northern hemisphere
pike - any of several elongate long-snouted freshwater game and food fishes widely distributed in cooler parts of the northern hemisphere
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Program partners met recently with local officials and sport fishing interests to discuss options to eliminate the escape of northern pike and smallmouth bass from the Elkhead Reservoir in the Yampa River drainage.
1988: Movements, habitat selection and activity periods of northern pike in Eleven Mile Reservoir, Colorado.
This article present results of a study of historical genetic changes in a natural population of northern pike, Esoxlucius.
Warm-water fisheries project leader Richard Hartley advises that northern pike fry and fingerlings may be available from the Garden State's hatchery.
At first, I thought they had caught a large northern pike when they were unable to get the fish out of the hole.
mill in Frenchtown will be the only way to address the source of contamination that resulted in a "do not eat" order for northern pike caught in the Clark Fork River, a Missoula County official said.
In his first chapter Pierce (Minnesota Department of Natural Resources) provides a highly detailed examination of variations within Minnesota northern pike communities for the purpose of clearly delineating all aspects of pike ecology.
When we moved to the Twin Cities, we took her fishing for walleye and northern pike in Minnesota's fabled lakes.
Walleyes, northern pike, smallmouth bass--those are the primary fish in this area.
00pm) The actor visits eastern Russia, where he meets Nanai people, who fish for northern pike in the Amur river.
They fish the Amur with the hope of catching a northern pike.
centrarchids, northern pike and percids) occurred more often in spring, which corresponds with their spawning period (Lee et al.

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