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- n. Hucho hucho, a species of freshwater fish in the salmon family (Salmonidae) of order Salmoniformes
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as hucho, 1.
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The other contender for the title of world heavyweight champion of salmonid fishes is the Siberian huchen, also called taimen, for which undocumented weights of more than 200 pounds 91 kg have been reported.
An attempt has been made to introduce huchen into the Thames but at the time of writing the result cannot yet be estimated.
Among them are the Great Lake trout of America, _Cristinomer namaycush_, and the Danubian "salmon" or huchen, _Salmo hucho_.
Sport with Gun, Rifle and Salmon Rod_ (Edinburgh, 1903), contains a chapter on huchen fishing; Max von dem Borne, _Wegweiser für Angler durch Deutschland, Oesterreich und die Schweiz_ (Berlin, 1877), a book of good conception and arrangement, and still useful, though out of date in many particulars; _Illustrierte Angler-Schule (der deutschen
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