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  • n. Plural form of pickerel.


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  • Orangebelly darters, grass pickerels, and tadpole madtoms are also found in Ecoregion 36, but are absent from Ecoregions 38, 39, and 40. 36a.

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

  • The Muskelunge (_Esox Estor_) is peculiar to this basin, and is the largest of the pickerels, weighing from ten to eighty pounds.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 40, February, 1861

  • Backwoodsmen will tell you that pickerels lay their eggs among the leaves; but so they do among the sedges, arums, wild rice, and various aquatic plants, like many another fish.

    Wild Flowers Worth Knowing

  • People will be out on the water hoping to hook walleyes, northern pike, or pickerels this weekend.


  • July 7. father told me i cood go fishing and stay all day. i dont know what had come over him becaus most always he raises time when i go fishing and dont come home erly. so i went and cought 3 pickerels and 4 pirch and 2 hogbacks and went in swiming 2 times. well as i was a coming home 2 or 3 people met me and said they was company at my house, so when i got home i skined in the back way so as not to see the company til i got on my best britches, but i met father in the door and he told me to go rite up to mothers room and see the company. so i skined up to her room holding my hand behind me becaus

    The Real Diary of a Real Boy


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