ひめはや, ざこ, 鮠
Noun(1) very small European freshwater fish common in gravelly streams
(1) the paper is a minnow in the national newspaper mass market(2) Stoneloach have been present in the Durkadale Burn in Birsay for the past 15 to 20 years, but minnow have arrived there within the last two or three years.(3) While trolling a Blue Phantom minnow in the tidal water, the Bishop of Stepney hooked a massive fish that dragged his little rowing boat up the Earn, then out again among the shipping of the Tay estuary.(4) We also collected a sample of age - 0 bass from the littoral region of Beaver Lake in 1988 with a 4.8 mm mesh minnow seine.(5) Defenders also is trying to ensure the availability of reservoir water if needed to save the Rio Grande silvery minnow from extinction in the wild.(6) Years of unsustainable water management have led to endangerment of numerous species, including the Southwestern willow flycatcher and the Rio Grande silvery minnow .(7) An inconsistent aspect of the ├ö├ç├┐killer bait├ö├ç├û status of the thin minnow is that it does a poor job of imitating the nature forage of largemouth bass.(8) Tests carried out by researchers on the sunbleak and fathead minnow saw the two species of carp succumb to the parasite, which is an almost identical match to the Rosette Agent identified in America almost 20 years ago.(9) Allen is more convincing in disentangling Opus Dei's opaque accounting systems to show that, while it does have many millions, next to the accumulated wealth of many large Catholic archdioceses, it is a financial minnow .(10) The House Energy and Water Appropriation bill is likely to condemn the endangered Rio Grande silvery minnow to extinction.(11) The Supreme Court has denied a petition that could have saved the endangered silvery minnow , the final survivor in a group of small native Rio Grande fishes, from extinction.(12) We restricted our sampling to the use of minnow traps for two reasons.(13) Mostly fishermen trolling the various types of spinners and natural minnow as well as to wet fly caught lots of trout on the first day of the season.(14) Two minnows operating in this part of Africa are the Australian company, Perth-based Hardman Resources, and the bigger Canadian minnow , Heritage Oil.(15) He shouts for me to trade places with him while he rigs a spinning rod with a large plastic minnow , a hefty deep-sea plug bristling with multiple sets of treble hooks.(16) A hook size of about number 6 is good for large lobworms and small deadbaits, such as gudgeon, minnow and small roach, which should be lip-hooked.
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