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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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So he complains about not being able to pre-bait effectively for trout on lakes with abundant whitefish and burbot populations because they gobble up the chum as fast as he can put it down the hole.
Wyoming passed similar regulations for northern pike and burbot upstream in the Green River drainage, and Colorado has implemented an unlimited catch policy for these species in their portion of the Colorado River drainage.
The relationship of the burbot (Lota lota L.) to the reintroduction of off-the-land foods in the Sandy Lake First Nation Community.
Less abundant commercial fish species represented were Northern pike, Esox lucius L.; burbot, Lota lota (L.); ruffe, Gymnocephalus cernuus (L.); and Peipsi whitefish, Coregonus lavaretus maraenoides Poljakow.
latum is the principal cans ative agent of human diphylloboth riosis: its fish intermediate hosts arc perch, jiike, burbot, and ruff in Eu rope (1,4).
Evaluation of a simple decompression procedure to reduce decompression trauma in trap-caught burbot. Trans.
The result was similar to the intestine of a typical predator and a predator-facultative benthophage, which are pike, Esox lucius, and burbot, Lota lota, respectively 48].
But the research team determined that burbot fish in two Russian rivers, the Lena and the Mezen, are safe to eat.
Give yourself credit if you can list and recognize American brook lamprey, gizzard shad, brook trout, red-fin pickerel, chain pickerel, lake chub, eastern silvery minnow, golden shiner, bridle shiner, common shiner, spot-tail shiner, northern red-belly dace, black-nose dace, long-nose dace, creed chub, fallfish, long-nose sucker, white sucker, creek chubsucker, brown bullhead, trout-perch (locally extinct), burbot, banded killifish, white perch, banded sunfish, redbreast sunfish, pumpkinseed, swamp darter, tasselated darter, yellow perch and slimy sculpin.