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brim

 [brim]
the upper edge of a bowllike structure.
pelvic brim pelvic inlet.

brim

(brim),
The upper edge or rim of a hollow structure.

brim

The top of an open vessel; lip; edge.

brim

(brim)
The upper edge or rim of a hollow structure.
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I want to spend just a couple of minutes here at the conclusion of this article to discuss ways to clean bluegill in preparation for the skillet.
Lures for panfish are small, though big bluegill and shellcrackers will occasionally attack surprisingly big lures and flies meant for largemouth bass.
However, it is interesting to note that most of the other species in the component community of bluegill at this location were autogenic and complete their lifecycle in aquatic hosts.
Allele sizes exhibited by the 4 families of bluegill ranged from 106 to 308 base pairs (bp).
With the exception of bluegill when no individuals were collected during Jul., the mean difference in number of fish per species processed for diet analysis between months was 1.3 [+ or -] 0.6 se.
A former gravel pit, Delta Ponds are too warm for stocked trout, but have good populations of sunfish and bluegill that are eager biters and travel in large schools.
Meanwhile, the combined number of alien fish of both bluegill sunfish and black bass is estimated to have halved during the four-year period from 2002, according to the Shiga prefectural government.
In a study presented at the November 2003 annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Baylor University's Bryan Brooks determined that fluoxetine hydrochloride (the active ingredient in the antidepressant Prozac) excreted into the sewer system is accumulating in the tissues of bluegill caught in nearby Denton Creek.
Doug Wojcieszak, the co-op's executive director, says the cooperative will shift to more profitable fish: hybrid stripped bass, freshwater shrimp, largemouth bass and, potentially, perch, bluegill and walleye.
Wet a line throughout the entire state for crappie, bream (bluegill, sunfish and other varieties) and catfish.
I formally observed this lack of diversity in May 2002, seeing only shoals of bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus), and large populations of larval and adult bullfrogs (Rana catesbiana).