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Synonyms for bullhead

freshwater sculpin with a large flattened bony-plated head with hornlike spines

any of several common freshwater catfishes of the United States

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Jake Souza: Brook trout (Hamblin Pond, Barnstable), brown trout (Peter's Pond, Sandwich), bullhead (Mashpee-Wakeby Lake, Mashpee), chain pickerel (Onota Lake, Pittsfield), crappie (Indian Lake, Worcester), largemouth bass (Watson Pond, Taunton), smallmouth bass (Hamblin Pond, Barnstable), sunfish (Snake Pond, Sandwich), tiger trout (Peter's Pond, Sandwich), white perch (Snake Pond, Sandwich), yellow perch (Peter's Pond, Sandwich).
The smaller catfish and bullheads that are found in rivers, lakes and pond in many places are what most people catch for themselves.
Description: The brown bullhead has a dark yellowish to olive-brown back and upper sides, with noticeable mottling not seen on the black bullhead or channel catfish.
Finally, there's a shot of my two daughters, arms around each others' necks, proudly displaying a puny little bullhead that got tangled in their line while fishing off the Berkeley pier.
Many also have bluegill and brown bullhead fisheries.
I stopped by the storm water pond on my way to these woods, and as I looked down into the water I saw a bullhead.
Brown trout, eels, stone loach, bullhead, minnow and stickleback were killed.
SENTENCED: Gregory Amato, 39, to life in prison for killing a man after meeting him in a Bullhead City, Ariz.
Andy Signor has assumed ownership of the Bullhead City, Ariz.
You see the clubhouse to your left as well, Robin's Island in the middle and then Bullhead Bay, which is a little inlet, to the right.
Deluges in Southern California brought home invasions of reptiles, rodents and insects, while heavy rains also caused swarms of pale-wing grasshoppers to descend on Bullhead City, Arizona.
The dead minnow down past seaweed, past Bullhead, down to where
An opportunity to explore variation stored in a dormant propagule pool is presented by a population of calanoid copepods, Diaptomus sanguineus, living in Bullhead Pond, a small lake in southern Rhode Island.