muskellunge

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muskellunge:

see pikepike,
common name for the family Esocidae, freshwater game and food fishes of Europe, Asia, and North America. The pike, the muskellunge, and the pickerel form a small but well-known group of long, thin fishes with spineless dorsal fins, large anal fins, and long, narrow jaws
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Fisheries biologists and trophy-seeking sportsmen hoped tiger muskies would grow fast and huge here.
A 20-pound pike from the Sudbury River, a 12-pound tiger muskie and a 12-pound pike from Lake Quinsigamond were among the biggest fish taken through thinning ice.
And "Pistol" Pete Blais brought in an 11-pound, 1-ounce tiger muskie from Little Chauncey.
The reservoir also has been stocked intermittently during the past several years with northern pike and tiger muskie.