wolf fish


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Noun1.wolf fish - large ferocious northern deep-sea food fishes with strong teeth and no pelvic fins
blennioid, blennioid fish - elongated mostly scaleless marine fishes with large pectoral fins and reduced pelvic fins
Anarhichas, genus Anarhichas - type genus of the Anarhichadidae
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My targets were arapaima and trahira (wolf fish) on the fly.
Other fish taken were pollock to 8lb and catfish (Wolf Fish) to 6lb.
Evans took the best cod at 64lb, with Spiers taking halibut to 27lb, cod to 21lb and a monster wolf fish of 27.5lb, Stevens bettering all his previous best fish, all anglers taking numbers cod over 20lb, big coalfish and halibut.
There you'll meet amazing invertebrates in the No Bone Zone, see the wolf fish lair, and creep through the Seven Sisters shipwreck.
[35] and the wolf fish Anarhichas minor Olafsen [20], also showed an extended period of sperm movement in the presence of OF, with motility lasting for 2 h in the bullhead and 48 h in the wolf fish.
On recent offshore party boat trips, several big wolf fish averaging about 30 pounds were landed, too.
WITH its bulging eyes, prominent fangs and thick, tapering, eel-like body, the Wolf fish is a fearsome looking beast.
EYE, EYE Atlantic wolf fish off Berwickshire, a hermit crab in Loch Long and a tompot blenny off Dorset UP CLOSE A male cuttlefish guards his egg-laying mate in Devon and a grey seal is captured on camera in the Bristol Channel PASSION Alex Mustard in Loch Duich in Wester Ross
JOHN Trimble has caught a wolf fish while boat fishing off Hartlepool.
Pictures from Newsweek, on sale now 70% Of first-born wild dolphin calves in Florida die before their first birthday because of toxic chemicals passed on to them by their mothers SHRIMP trawlers probably kill more marine life in a day in the Gulf of Mexico than the Deepwater Horizon oil spill did in months 95% Reduction in the UK's populations of big fish such as halibut, ling, wolf fish, common skate, angel shark and bluefin tuna over past 120 years THE UK bottom-trawl fleet lands only half the fish today that it did when records began in 1889, despite a massive increase in fishing power
Discover the new Wolf Fish Lair and see British marine life close-up as you've never seen it before.