[ UK /fˈɪŋɡɜːlɪŋ/ ]
  1. a young or small fish
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How To Use fingerling In A Sentence

  • Growth rate and body composition of fingerling sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, in relation to temperature and ration size. Approaches to projecting climate change effects on arctic fish populations
  • State hatcheries churn out millions of genetically superior largemouths and redfish fingerlings annually.
  • Among side dishes, though, the truffle creamed spinach was dank with cream and the fingerling-potato puree was so heavily salted, we had to sample it with a teaspoon.
  • In this 30-week study, researchers stocked 9 ponds at a per-acre rate of 2,000 large fish and 6,000 fingerlings.
  • However while finnock are usually thought to be small immature fingerling fish of a pound or less, the size of some of these sea roving fish will both surprise and delight you.
  • The California Department of Fish and Game stepped up stocking efforts in the 1950s, airdropping thousands of hatchery-raised fingerlings into even the most remote lakes.
  • The least expensive size of fish for stocking is fingerlings, which are one to three inches long.
  • Today, most private live haulers and fingerling producers use liquid oxygen on their transport trucks, and many farmers use it on their farm trucks when moving fish from pond to pond.
  • And a hefty braised pork chop with carrots, savoy cabbage, and fingerling potatoes is just the kind of comfort food we crave now.
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