chain pickerel


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common in quiet waters of eastern United States

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Observations of the natural history of the chain pickerel (Esox niger).
Chain pickerel: The eastern chain pickerel is popular game fish from southern New England on south through eastern portions of the mid-Atlantic states.
Also, white perch, 3 pounds, Wachusett Reservoir, West Boylston, by John Keating, Carlisle; yellow perch, 2 pounds, 4 ounces, Glen Echo Lake, Charlton, by Wayne Andrews, Holden; chain pickerel, 6 pounds, 7 ounces, Wequaquet Lake, Barnstable, by Capute; northern pike, 24 pounds, 5 ounces, Wequaquet Lake, Barnstable, by Capute; broodstock salmon, 10 pounds, 6 ounces, Cliff Pond, Brewster, by Jake Howarth, Brewster; landlocked salmon, 6 pounds, 5 ounces, Quabbin Reservoir, by John MacGeachey, Rutland; American shad, 5 pounds, 5 ounces, Connecticut River, Holyoke, by Philip Lees, Westfield.
DEC regulations do not distinguish between species' oJpickerel, so the size limit is the same as" chain pickerel, which is 15 inches'.
inches Largemouth Bass 6 1/2 22 10 24 Smallmouth Bass 5 20 5 20 Spotted Bass 3 18 5 20 White Bass 2 1/2 17 3 18 Striped Bass 22 36 28 37 Hybrid Striped Bass 9 24 10 26 Bluegill 1 1/2 11 1 1/2 11 Redear Sunfish 1 1/2 13 1 1/2 13 Crappie (Black or White) 2 14 2 1/4 15 Yellow Perch 1 1/2 15 1 1/2 15 Sauger 4 22 4 22 Walleye 10 30 10 30 Saugeye 6 25 6 25 Northern Pike 17 40 12 36 Muskellunge 28 46 28 46 Hybrid Muskie 18 38 18 38 Blue Catfish 40 42 40 42 Channel Catfish 18 30 20 32 Flathead Catfish 40 42 40 42 Chinook Salmon 20 36 -- -- Coho Salmon 12 32 -- -- Brown Trout 8 24 10 27 Rainbow Trout/Steelhead 8 24 8 24 Brook Trout 4 19 3 18 Lake Trout 16 34 12 32 Carp (Common or Grass) 25 34 25 34 Chain Pickerel 4 24 4 24 Region 3 Region 4 KEPT C&R KEPT C&R SPECIES lbs.
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.
Large predators such as largemouth bass and chain pickerel eat other fish, as well as frogs, snakes, mice and even birds.
Caption: Warmouth, top, and chain pickerel, above, are documented for the day on the Yellow River.
Lawrence R, QC 5 Scott Muraski Stevens Point, WI Green Bay, MI CHAIN PICKEREL 1 Steve Serafin East Stroudsburg, PA Highland L, PA 2 Stephen Miklandric Chesterfield, VA Burnt Mills L, VA 4 Ryan Anderson Truro, NS Short's L, NS HYBRID MUSKIE 1 Michael Yannick Hummelstown, PA Susquehanna R, PA 3 Danny Kurttila Riverton, WY res, UT 4 Norm Forsberg Richmond, BC Little L Vermillion, ON CARP 1 Leon Bardasz N.
Raympon Scichilone Chain pickerel 6-2 Charles River Waltham
Targeted species besides the largemouth bass would be bluegills, redear sunfish, redbreast sunfish, warmouth, chain pickerel, crappie, gar, mudfish, freshwater catfish, peacock bass, oscars and a host of cichlids.
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.
Upton is stocked with brown and rainbow trout, and also has largemouth bass, chain pickerel, bluegill, black crappie and yellow perch.
ON L St, Clair, ON 68" CHAIN PICKEREL 1 Steven Wetzel Bronx.