Definition of bull huss in English:

bull huss

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See huss.
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  • Big conger eels and bull huss feed in these deep spots on mackerel and squid baits fished hard on the bottom with heavy gear; the biggest pollack do often come to big conger baits.
  • In the bull huss the nasal flaps (a flap of skin between the nasal openings on the snout and the mouth) form two distinct lobes, whereas the lsd has a single lobe.
  • You can't say it about most species of sea fish, but the bull huss has actually increased its numbers over the past five years along the UK west coast.

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