noun, plural (especially collectively) pick·er·el, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pick·er·els.
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Example sentences from the Web for pickerel
I lit the fire and, going over to the bushes, selected two of the fish, a bass and a pickerel.The Rise of Roscoe Paine|Joseph C. Lincoln
As we neared our home port we met two trollers, one of whom lifted up for envious inspection a lusty pickerel.
The pickerel weeds have struck their blue banners to the conquering frost, and the marshes are sere, and silent, and desolate.
The large-mouthed bass and pickerel are usually ranked about with the yellow perch.
The casting and handling is the same as with the frog-bait, and is very killing for bass, pickerel, and mascalonge.