walleye

[ US /ˈwɔˌɫaɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. strabismus in which one or both eyes are directed outward
  2. pike-like freshwater perches
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How To Use walleye In A Sentence

  • He had an uncorrected walleye, so that you never could be sure whether he was looking at you and/ or you were looking at him. THE DISPOSSESSED
  • A saugeye is a hybrid cross between a walleye and a sauger. Walleye Time. A Lesson In Abnormal Psychology.
  • Predatory fish in the ecozone include the lake sturgeon, brook trout, lake trout, northern pike, muskellunge, largemouth bass, sauger, and walleye.
  • Photo By hunter6 this 6 lb. 26 in walleye was the catch of the day. got up early and had this one by 6; 45 a.m.. Field & Stream
  • The shortnose gar are predators that can occupy the role of a scavenger, but often competes for food with common gamefishes like the northern pike, walleyes, and bass.
  • This is my kind of vacation spot: lots of walleyes and northerns, bald eagles and loons everywhere, the occasional black bear - and wireless internet service.
  • EasternShore, walleye is better than 'pretty good'. The Fried Fish Debate
  • In some markets, fish like walleye remain popular only among certain clientele.
  • The research may improve the culture of additional tasty fish species like yellow perch and walleye.
  • The bottom of his canoe is a wrack of fish — pike and walleyes stacked like driftwood. T.
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