noun, plural (especially collectively) pick·er·el, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pick·er·els.
- pickens, andrew,
- pickens, fort,
- pickerel frog,
- pickering, edward charles,
Origin of pickerel
Examples from the Web for pickerel
Skittering is a favorite method of fishing for the pickerel in weedy ponds.
The peril was perhaps averted by the saving grace of that pickerel.A Top-Floor Idyl|George van Schaick
It is also known in Canada as dor and okow, and among the commercial fishermen as "pickerel."
Katepskonegan is one of the shallowest and weediest of the lakes, and looked as if it might abound in pickerel.The Maine Woods|Henry David Thoreau
When he pulled his bill out of the creek a pickerel came with it.The Tale of Master Meadow Mouse|Arthur Scott Bailey