from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A California fish (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus), allied to the sculpin.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A California fish (Hemilepidotus spinosus), allied to the sculpin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as bighead.
- n. Larimus breviceps, a sciænoid fish of the West Indies.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Olson's Resort, Sekiu -- April 16: Six boats with 19 anglers fishing in Areas 4 east of Tatoosh caught 13 rockfish, 14 lingcod, 15 kelp greenling and four cabezon; April 17: One boat with four anglers caught four rockfish, two kelp greenling and two sculpins.
Glenn Street ramp, Bellingham -- Oct. 31: Four boats with seven anglers caught two chinook; Nov. 5: One boat with three anglers caught five kelp greenling and five flounder; Nov. 6: One boat with two anglers caught two cabezon.
Everett ramp - July 29: 30 boats with 57 anglers caught eight chinook, four coho, two pinks and 74 flounder; July 31: 108 boats with 223 anglers caught 13 chinook, seven coho, four pinks, 39 flounder and one cabezon.
Everett ramp -- July 16: 214 boats with 497 anglers caught 53 chinook, 22 coho, one pink, 59 flounder and two cabezon; July 17: 189 boats with 404 anglers caught 16 chinook, 57 coho and three pinks.
When fishing around the jetties you'll also find an array of other fish like flounder, rockfish, lingcod, sea bass and cabezon.
Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island -- May 1: 84 boats with 229 anglers caught 16 kelp greenling, 82 lingcod and seven cabezon.
Everett ramp -- May 1: 52 boats with 129 anglers caught 33 lingcod and eight cabezon.
Mukilteo ramp -- May 1: 11 boats with 23 anglers caught 14 lingcod and one cabezon.
Washington Park ramp, Anacortes -- May 1: 30 boats with 80 anglers caught 30 kelp greenling, 44 lingcod and 13 cabezon.
Olson's Resort, Sekiu - April 20: Two boats with five anglers caught five rockfish, seven lingcod, two cabezon and one kelp greenling; April 24: One boat with four anglers caught one lingcod and one cabezon.
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