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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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Broiled catfish Catfish or bullheads, skinned and cleaned Flour Butter, melted Mint, chopped Salt and pepper Parsley sprigs Dust the fish lightly with flour.
Other Names: creek cat, horned pout, speckled bullhead, red cat
Environment officers estimated about 500 trout and 500 other fish such as bullheads, stone loach and minnows died as a result of the sewage spillage.
Bass, crappie, bluegill, bullheads and catfish are thrown in for good measure.
Deep in the forests are leeks, ginseng, and ginger; in the lake are bass, bluegills, bullheads, and pickerel.
The authority says the clean-up operation is important as the river bank adjoining the estate supports species such as the otter, brown trout, bullheads and a number of bat species and kingfisher, dipper and heron visit the area.
Dead bullheads and brown trout were fished from Cod Beck near Osmotherley after problems with a nearby water treatment works in September 2002.
4km stretch of river, including brown trout, juvenile salmon and bullheads.
More than 800 fish, including brown trout, juvenile salmon and bullheads, were killed in a one-and-a-half mile stretch of the river.