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dogfish

any small cartilaginous fish of the family Scyllidae; a small shark.
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Ivor Smith, from Rogerstone, beached a dogfish and added two rockling to make up the winning weight of 0.
Zephyr Conferences, organizers of the Beer Bloggers & Writers Conference and the Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference, has announced that Sam Calagione, Founder and CEO of Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton, Delaware, will keynote its 9th annual Beer Bloggers & Writers Conference in August.
Squalus acanthias, spiny dogfish, age, growth, dorsal spine, North Aegean Sea.
The pier has also given dogfish to 2lb and thornback to 7lb, as well as bags of up to 10 cod-ling to 5lb from the end.
A dogfish is the smallest member of the shark family in UK waters and Gary, who has been photographing wildlife for 10 years, described what he witnessed as "fascinating and amazing".
The highest CPUEs of Spiny Dogfish captured during overnight gill-net sets were recorded in June and July (Table 1; Fig.
The recent recovery, with increased abundance, of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the late 2000s in the northeast U.
The Dogfish Head Ale Bus was first conceptualized by Sam Petrella, 25, for a capstone program at the Universities at Shady Grove, the Washington Post reported.
Anglers are catching huge numbers of spiny dogfish as they fill the bottoms of our cold water commercial fishing grounds and Cape Cod Bay.
This unlucky smooth dogfish couldn't resist the menhaden used as bait and fell victim to one of the top predators in the bay.
Under the Illinois Beer Industry Fair Dealing Act, Dogfish was required to pay Louis Glunz "reasonable compensation for the fair market value of the wholesaler's business with relation to the affected brand or brands.
Last month alone, 26 dogfish egg-cases were collected at the Blue Reef Aquarium's rockpool displays and transferred to a series of special 'shark nurseries'.