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Identification of the first annulus is often difficult due to changing growth patterns during the first year of life that have been attributed to a shift in diet from invertebrates to fish. The 1955 dissertation by John Williams from the University the ecology of northern pike of his remarkable work was originally published in Swedish in 1759 of Michigan provided an intensive study of scale samples from known-age and partly known-age fish. 29 are from a series of photos he sent to the Minnesota Conservation Depart42 ment.
Minnesota populations consist primarily of fish less than 6 years old, and fish older than 12 do not seem to be common. Sex of the fish also influences growth. 7 inches) long have been trap netted by mndnr crews in the spring. Seasonally, growth of individual pike is most rapid when temperatures are increasing during spring and early summer, then decreases through late summer and fall, and is relatively low through winter (Casselman 1996). 1 shows minimum, median, maximum, and interquartile ranges of total lengths at the beginning of each year of life.
Greatest egg densities in six northern Nebraska lakes were found on flooded native prairie grasses, mowed hay, and even on broken hay bales (McCarraher and Thomas 1972). 5 feet) in Point Marguerite Marsh, New York (Farrell et al. 4 feet) in Rose Bay of the upper St. Lawrence River, New York (Farrell 2001). 8 meters (16 to 19 feet) of water covered with muskgrass Chara and stonewort Nitella (Pierce et al. 2005). In complex habitats of the upper St. 1 6 . Spawning area of northern pike in Willow Lake, Itasca County.