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Chain Pickerel

Esox niger


10" long, thin, "duck-billed" predator caught while sampling for fish species in a slow section of the Manada Creek


Slow, 1.5 ft. deep rocky section of the Manada Creek below the water company dam- steep banks with many large sycamore trees


This is the first chain pickerel ever caught while using a seine net in these classes in this stretch of stream.

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Pennsylvania, USA

Spotted on Oct 1, 2012
Submitted on Oct 1, 2012

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