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walleye

 [wawl´i]

walleye

(wôl′ī′)
n.
1.
a. See exotropia.
b. An eye or eyes affected with exotropia.
2. An eye with a light-colored iris or white or opaque cornea.
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By using different size snapweights throughout the trolling spread, the depth at which walleyes are feeding can be quickly determined and the weights on the other rods switched to fish that depth.
He has become a master at trolling, thereby covering lots of water and areas where walleyes and muskies hang out during late afternoon.
On June 11, 1965, the wing of the A--4C photo chase was ripped off after the Walleye, employed by a second A--4, had hit the target, knocking the wheel and axle assembly into the air.
The first test of a Walleye occurred on 29 January 1963, when a YA-4B Skyhawk dropped the missile at China Lake for a direct hit on its intended target.
Mitochondrial DNA sequence analysis.--Haplotypes of the mtDNA control region were resolved for 13 walleye with the native RELP pattern.
Juvenile walleye pollock were collected from 124 trawl catches in the western GOA during August 2000 to September 2001 during nine research cruises conducted by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS).
From mid-November through the end of January, nine walleye - each measuring nine to 10 inches in length - showed up in a rotary fish trap the U.S.
The degraded habitat conditions, coupled with over-exploitation, contributed to the dramatic decline of the walleye (Stizostedion vitreum) population in the lake by the late 1950s.
Officials said the Kaiyo Maru 28, with a crew of 19, is a fishery research vessel and has permission from Russian authorities to catch a certain volume of walleye pollack.
Another fact page brings the effects of mining to the dinner table, detailing how walleye, a popular sport fish caught in Washington State's Lake Roosevelt, have been found to have higher concentrations of mercury than other sport fish.
The United States and Canada recently squared off aggressively over a dispute about rights to the popular walleye fish that roam rivers and lakes near the Manitoba-Minnesota border.
Model simulations were performed to examine the effects of alternative prey for walleye on prey and predator recruitment and stability, and to quantify density-dependent responses of both species to changes in their egg mortality rates.