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  • noun Plural form of sculpin.

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Examples

  • The heads and entrails of the cod-fish, thrown from the "flakes" into the water, attract thousands of the baser tribes, such as sculpins, flounders, and toad-fish, who feed themselves fat upon the offals, and enjoy a peaceful life under the clear waters of the harbor.

    Acadia or, A Month with the Blue Noses

  • Sculpin - we have small fish in our lake called sculpins.

    All About Jigs

  • But if you are going for wild brooks, browns, cut's, etc.. you better take a more natural approach, such as worms, grasshoppers, enev minnows and sculpins on those big browns.

    best trout bait

  • But if you are going for wild brooks, browns, cut's, etc.. you better take a more natural approach, such as worms, grasshoppers, enev minnows and sculpins on those big browns.

    best trout bait

  • Natural stream fish assemblages in Ecoregion 12 are typically a mix of mesothermal minnows and suckers but some stenothermal salmonids and sculpins are also present.

    Ecoregions of Idaho (EPA)

  • More Freshwater bait baitfish balloon bass beginner bobber chubs crawler fishing hellegramate jig leeches minnows mousie nightcrawler panfish sculpins shad shiners trout walleye worms

    A Beginner's Guide to Bait Fishing

  • Nearly all the smallmouth forage in rivers-crayfish, sculpins, darters, dace, chubs, and aquatic nymphs-have a cylindrical form, and tubes copy that shape perfectly.

    Rivers of Bronze

  • In larger sizes, Muddlers imitate sculpins and darters; in smaller sizes, they can be fished as nymphs; greased and fished dry, they make passable grasshopper imitations.

    Trout Fishing's MVP's--Streamers

  • Likewise the Bonneville cutthroat trout, native to Bear Lake, in Utah and Idaho, is a specialized predator on sculpins and whitefishes.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • Primarily terrestrial invertebrates; become piscivorous at 16″ 41 cm, after which feed almost exclusively on sculpins and whitefishes

    Trout and Salmon of North America

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