fingerling fingerling


  • (n) a young or small fish


  1. At Huasna, members voted out Brussels sprouts and okra; at Watershed, they added fingerling potatoes.
  2. The ballgoers consumed 8,000 gallons of unspiked punch, 45,000 fingerling sandwiches, put on a mob scene that would have staggered De Mille.
  3. To get it, most of them had joined the fingerling Fishermen's and Fish Handlers' Union.


  • Catch & Release

    The Illinois Department of Natural Resources stocked the river with 6,000 fingerling northern pike and 150 largemouth bass — all excess spawning fish whose eggs aren’t spawning as well as they used to.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Morris Daily Herald

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