chain pickerel


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common in quiet waters of eastern United States

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The chain pickerel is smaller than its northern cousins, but just as fierce and much more eager to strike an angler's offerings.
2--color) When the bass aren't biting in Florida, the chain pickerels - cousins of the northern pike - usually are.
Also, white perch, 2 pounds, 13 ounces, Wachusett Reservoir, West Boylston, by Rylie Jimenez, Auburn; yellow perch, 1 pound, 10 ounces, Parker Pond, Barnstable, Charles Anderson, Middleboro; yellow perch, 1 pound, 10 ounces, Connecticut River, Easthampton, by Ayva Crosby, Easthampton; chain pickerel, 6 pounds, 1 ounces, Herring Pond, Eastham, by Richie Emerson, Orleans; northern pike, 21 pounds, 4 ounces, Buel Lake, Monterey, by Hunter Kempf, Sullivan, N.
Maximum recorded weight for chain pickerel in Florida is 8 pounds, a fish caught on Lake Talquin in 1971.
Raympon Scichilone Chain pickerel 6-2 Charles River Waltham
Also, Raymond Scichilone III of Newton, 6-2 chain pickerel, Charles River, Waltham; Kevin DeSanto of Holland, 25-12 northern pike, Quaboag Pond, Brookfield; Carl Hewitt of Sterling, 5-12 landlocked salmon, Quabbin Reservoir; Juan Cornejo of Boylston, 15-4 Broodstock salmon, Comet Pond, Hubbardston; Roger Aziz Jr.
Webster Lake offers a diverse fishery with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, stocked trout and an assortment of pan fish.
James Martin caught a 9-pound, 5-ounce chain pickerel in Laurel Lake in Lee.
Largemouth bass, chain pickerel, yellow perch, white perch, black crappie and northern pike can also be found.
When we check eagle nests at Quabbin for fish heads, tails, scales and other evidence, it's evident their first choice, bar none, is the brown bullhead, or horned pout, and their second choice is the chain pickerel.
Hartley said biologists found 40 yellow perch, a half-dozen brown bullheads, 15 white perch, six chain pickerel and five largemouth bass.
Hartley, the division's fish kill coordinator, reported initially that biologists found 40 yellow perch, six brown bullheads, 15 white perch, six chain pickerel and five largemouth bass.
Hartley said biologists found 40 yellow perch, six brown bullheads, 15 white perch, six chain pickerel and five largemouth bass.
Additionally, MassWildlife found two impressive black crappies - one nearly 11 inches and the other more than 14 inches - plus numerous beautifully marked bluegills and pumpkinseeds in the 8-inch range, and a 14-inch chain pickerel.
A 1995 summer survey also turned up bluegills, pumpkinseeds, redbreasted sunfish, yellow and white perch, chain pickerel, brown and yellow bullheads, black crappies, golden shiners, banded killfish, white suckers, American eel and landlocked alewives.