Yellow pike


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Yellow pike (Zoöl) the wall-eye.
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In literature:

I found that fishing through the ice for pike and yellow-perch was a favorite sport.
"Bass, Pike, Perch, and Others" by James Alexander Henshall

In poetry:

"This for Eileen, yellow-haired, this for dear and dark-eyed Maeve,
This for altar overthrown, this for desecrated grave,
Strong and swift for hunger dire, withered mother, murdered sire"–
Red the heart's-blood tinged each pike in Glen Moylena.
"Glen Moylena" by Anna Johnston MacManus

In news:

Other game fish species targeted with test nets include yellow perch and northern pike.
They teamed up to land this impressive, 42 1/2 -inch northern pike on a yellow and white spinner bait.
The Pike River curled through the Marinette County Forest, its flow freshened by overnight rain and its surface brightened by swirls of yellow.
The 115-acre lake at Independence Grove Forest Preserve , one of 16 fishing locations in the district, is stocked with musky, northern pike, black crappie, largemouth bass, channel catfish, walleye, bluegill and yellow perch.