Blue pike

In some parts of its range, the walleye is mistakenly known as the colored pike, yellow pike or pickerel , although the fish is related neither to the pikes nor to the other pickerels, both of which are members of the family Esocidae.

The Blue pike lives in the demersal, potamodromous, freshwater, brackish, depth range - 27 m environment.

Historically, the Blue Pike (Sander Vitreum Glaucum) was a native fish (primarily in Lake Erie) along with a smaller breeding stock in Lake Ontario. More

The blue pike is not to be confused with Lake Erie More

The blue pike was closely related to a fish called the walleye. Although the blue pike wasDNA declared extinct in 1975, scientists think they found blue pike DNA in Lake Erie. Some people might have been catching blue pikes also. More

Carl Skalak owns Blue Pike Farm, an acre of income-generating vegetables and flowers in downtown Cleveland named after and extinct Great Lakes fish. Skalak has been growing onions, sugar snap peas, heirloom tomatoes and much more on E. 72nd St. north of St. More

Topic: OH NO another blue pike question (Read 1984 times) OH NO another blue pike question on: 01/25/08, 23:10 by - I was just browsing the archives of this forum, and ran into a couple blue pike threads. More

Blue Pike (Stizostedion vitreum) The Blue Pike is a subspecies of the Walleye Walleyes are widely distributed in New York State in suitable habitat. They are found in approximately 75 lakes and many large rivers. More

* In The Blue Pike by Georg Ebers in Front Matter - Tag this product - (What's this?)Think of a tag as a keyword or label you consider is strongly related to this product. More

Synonyms: blue pickerel, blue pikeperch, blue walleye, Strizostedion vitreum glaucum - Learn More sauger Walleye pike More

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The noun BLUE PIKE has 1 sense: 1. variety inhabiting the Great Lakes Familiarity information: BLUE PIKE used as a noun is very rare. More

A former member of this group, the extinct blue pike, was a subspecies of the walleye. Once abundant in Lake Erie, blue pike supported important commercial and recreational fisheries. Although similar to walleye, blue pike could be distinguished by the lack of yellow skin pigment and larger eyes. More

blue pike? Or are they just a blue-color variant of walleyes? So-called blue walleyes occasionally turn up in Canada and the upper Midwest. Blue Specimens. More

The blue pike (Stizostedion glaucum) was historically found in Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and in the Niagara River . More

Blue Pike Farm is the first farm started in Cleveland proper in the 21st Century. We are dedicated to growing fresh products, using natural and sustainable agricultural practices. More

blue pike, back in 1962, that someday somebody might be interested. ''I kept telling my wife it was more valuable as time went on and that's why we needed to keep it,'' Mr. Anthony said. More

The extinct blue pike (Stizostedion vitreum glaucum) were often confused with walleyes, of which it was a subspecies. Differences include the larger eye of the blue pike and their bluish-gray back, fading into bluish-silver on their sides. More

Is the Blue Pike related to Walleye? Read this information and decide for yourself Blue Pike (Stizostedion vitreum glaucum) Blue Pike information found here was researched and compiled by Mark Daul The Blue Pike information found here More

BLUE PIKE OR IS IT JUST A DIFFERENT COLOR WALLEYE? A different view Joe Ognibene Veteran Outdoor Writer This article first appeared in the Niagara Sunday Gazette Was there a true blue pike, or, as the scientific More

Features: The Blue Pike (Sander vitreus glaucus) was an important commercial and sporting fish species in the lower Great Lakes. It was also called Blue Walleye to distinguish it from the more common Walleye (Sander vitreus vitreus). More

true blue pike and not simply a variation of the common walleye. The blue pike was once an important part of the ecosystem of Lake Erie and a significant catch for the commercial fishing industry. More

Apparently the blue pike was unable to tolerate the pollution of Lake Erie. (Habitat changes and overfishing may have contributed as well.) The most recent successful spawning occurred in 1954, and the fishery collapsed entirely within three years. More

The Blue Pike (Stizostedion vitreum glaucum) has achieved an almost urban legend status among those of us who fish or are in the fisheries business. Very few of the people who actually fished for or have seen a Blue Pike are left with us. More

Common names

Amerikanischer Zander in German (Deutsch)
Blå sandart in Danish (dansk)
blue pike in English
Breedbekbaars in Dutch (Nederlands)
Doré in French (français)
doré jaune in French (français)
Dory in English
English Perch in English
European perch in Unknown
Glasögongös in Swedish (Svenska)
Glass eye in English
Gray pike in English
Green pike in English
Hvidøjet sandart in Danish (dansk)
Jack salmon in English
Lucioperca americana in Spanish (español)
Marble Eye in English
Okow in English
Perch in English
Picão-verde in Portuguese (Português)
Pickerel in English
Pike-perch in English
Redfin in Unknown
Sandacz amerykański in Polish (polski)
Sander vitreus in Catalan (Català)
Sandre américain in French (français)
Svetloperyi sudak in Russian (русский язык)
Valkosilmäkuha in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Wall-eyed pickerel in English
Wall-eyed pike in English
Wall-eyed pike-perch in English
walleye in English
Walleye pickerel in English
Walleye pike in English
Walleyed pike in English
Yellow pickerel in English
Yellow pike in English
Yellow pike perch in English
Yellow pike-perch in English
Yellow walleye in English
Zander in German (Deutsch)
大眼梭鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
大眼梭鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
玻璃梭鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
玻璃梭鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
蓝梭鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
藍梭鱸 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Percidae
Genus : Sander
Species : Sander vitreus
Authority : Mitchill, 1818