The spring sculpin and the flabby, muddy flounder are the common rewards of the angler's toil.
It was about noon that a stable-boy delivered Barnacles at sculpin Point.
So Dr. sculpin came with his neat little medicine-box under his arm.
Rackby's heart came into his throat with the slow surge of a sculpin on a hook.
They worshiped the animals of the seas, such as the shark, the whale and the sculpin.
Graves, who was fond of salt water fishing, knew what a sculpin was, and appreciated the comparison.
A generalized type is one with fewer peculiarities, as the herring in comparison with the sculpin.
We put out a bait that anybody with sense would say couldn't catch nothin' but sculpin, and, by mighty, we hooked a halibut!
The sculpin and the sea vegetables may be compared to comic valentines, which expose the recipient to ridicule.
Barnacles was experienced, but a vehicle such as this amphibious product of sculpin Point he had never before seen.