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Synonyms for burbot

elongate freshwater cod of northern Europe and Asia and North America having barbels around its mouth

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Sampling was done using an ice-fishing method in the peak burbot season, November and December, by co-author Alexander V.
Burbot are fighters of similar virtue as the much-revered walleye, yet receive little of the respect due their tenacity.
EA fishery officer Keith Easton is to talk to the meeting about the re-introduction of the burbot and will be discussing whether it is biologically viable for the fish to be introduced back into the United Kingdom.
The park's staff plows a pathway out onto Rainy Lake, from which anglers can set up ice houses or just fish outdoors for walleye, burbot, and northerns.
I allowed the Consul to choose rolled baked burbot with papaya for me, a far less exotic dish in Grianta than the veal cutlet with spinach that he ordered for himself.
All but the burbot and smelt were as rich in these fatty acids as the Chinook salmon, a fish renowned for its omega-3 levels.
Safe eating guidelines for most of Wisconsin's inland (non-Great Lakes) waters Women of childbearing age, nursing Women beyond childbearing years mothers and children under 15 may and men may eat: eat:(a) 1 meal per Walleye, northern pike, 1 meal per Walleye, northern pike, month of: smallmouth bass, week of: smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, largemouth bass, channel catfish, channel catfish, flathead catfish, white flathead catfish or sucker, drum, burbot, other species, sauger, sturgeon, carp, white bass, rock bass or other species,(a) AND AND 1 meal per Bluegill, sunfish, Unlimited Bluegill, sunfish, week of: black crappie, white amounts black crappie, white crappie, yellow perch of: crappie, yellow perch, or bullheads.
A twelve thousand-gallon freshwater aquarium is a focal point of the store and will be stocked with approximately one hundred fish native to the area, including arctic grayling, northern pike, burbot, rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, arctic char, lake trout, and king salmon.
The mean concentrations of lead in the muscle tissue of the investigated fishes decreased in the order perch (Pargas-Parainen), Crucian carp (Tvarminne), eelpout (Muuga), bleak (Vaike Vain), burbot (Gennarby), smelt (Vaike Vain), perch (Vaike Vain), Baltic herring (Vaike Vain), ide (Tvarminne), burbot (Pargas-Parainen) (Tables 1 and 1a).
81-pound burbot caught at Lake Champlain through the ice.
The marine taxa are herring and cod-like fishes ('gadids'--for present purposes this group is treated as including the related hake, Merluccius merluccius, and excluding the freshwater burbot, Lota lota).
Recent ingestion of fish, usually cooked, was common among those who became ill; species of fish included burbot, eel, and pike.
The American eel (Anguilla rostrata), northern pike (Esox lucius), black buffalo (Ictiobus niger), burbot (Lota Iota), yellow perch (Perca flavescens), and eastern sand darter (Ammocrypta pellucida) were recorded by Curry and Spacie (1978) but were not collected during the current survey.