The walleye is also known as the yellow pike.
Mostly on cheerleading. Diving uses those moves.
A pike is a fresh water fish.
No, the pike is a freshwater fish and starfish live in salt water.
There are both freshwater Pike and saltwater Pike. They are different species but are both called pike. I live in Maine where Pike were illegally introduced in the last decade or so. Where the rivers flow into the ocean pike can also be caught. In the ocean near the end of that rivers i have caught pike in full saltwater. It may not be scientifically proven but they can clearly adapt to saltwater
Nicholas Pike was born in 1955, in Water Orton, Warwickshire, England, UK.
In cheerleading, there are many different routines, and one is called "pike."A pike is also a type of fish that is caught in fishing, and a popular one in bass master contests.
Pike are the eating machines of fresh water. They will strike at almost anything that moves in or on the surface of water. Minnows, worms, mice, insects and lures of every sort.
A fish for salted water but also freshwater.