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Synonyms for walleye

strabismus in which one or both eyes are directed outward

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Endocrine and gonadal changes during the reproductive cycle of walleye.
Lastly, 10,606 Muskegon strain fall fingerling walleye that weighed 1,004 pounds were stocked at six sites.
However, this also means that the walleye device won't arrive with a 3.
The Walleye story also served as motivation for our workforce to do things differently as we continue to arm the fleet with the most advanced capabilities possible.
Walleye were stocked into six ponds at Baldhill National Fish Hatchery during June, 2013.
Walleye have been extensively introduced beyond their indigenous range, from the Atlantic Slope (Jenkins and Burkhead, 1994) to Gulf Coast drainages (Billington and Maceina, 1997) and the Pacific Slope (Etnier and Starnes, 1993), in an effort to establish new sport fisheries.
Walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) is prominent in many North Pacific ecosystems as a major food web component and fishery resource (Springer, 1992).
Not many local fishermen catch walleyes, the largest member of the perch family.
Members of the year-class of 2003 hatch will provide most of Ohio's walleye catches, with contributions from the 2001 and 2005 hatches, as well as some fish from the hatches of 1999 and 2007.
DEXTER - The walleye watch is on again in the upper Willamette Basin.
Black Bear, Loon & Walleye tells the story of three friends--one furry, one feathered, one sporting fish scales--and each wishes for the gifts of another.
During the mid-1990s, anglers reported large numbers of walleye (Stizostedton vitreum) in spawning condition concentrated on shallow points adjacent to the Maumee River channel during spring.
The officials said the Kaiyo Maru 28, a trawler based in Wakkanai, Hokkaido, was detained Tuesday last week in waters of the Russian exclusive economic zone on suspicion of exceeding its fishing quota for walleye pollack.
It also advises consumers on the quantity of walleye it is safe to eat.
Schwanky and Mellon are Canadians and expert walleye fishermen, the former having authored a book on the fish and the latter spending five years on the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail tournament circuit.