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The special of the day, panko-crusted ahi tuna with a macadamia nut pesto. (Photo: Larry Olmsted for USA TODAY) The scene: Honokohau Harbor is an epicenter of sport fishing on The Big Island of Hawaii, where many tourists come to try their luck with …
USA Today · ByLarry Olmsted · 1/31/2013
It is safe to go back into the water again -- at least in Scandinavia. A warning over the weekend for male swimmers off the coast of Denmark and Sweden to protect their private parts because of a testicle-munching fish appears to have been a joke that got ...
CNN · 8/16/2013
... that will land them on the end of a hook better than hatchery fish. Prodded by fishermen, the Oregon Hatchery Research Center has agreed to see if it can breed the bite back into hatchery steelhead. Results won't be known for at least four years ...
Laboratory Equipment · 4/28/2014
Some people called DDT the atomic bomb of pesticides. Soon, serious concern over its damage to beneficial insects, birds, fish and humans, along with mosquitoes’ increasing resistance that was first observed in the …
theguardian.com · 4 hours ago
mosquito control
Have you ever been on the water when the fish just don't seem to be biting? Well, it happens to all of us and I'd like to give you a piece of advice: Just keep telling yourself, "The fish are always biting." I personally know that the fish are always ...
Argus Leader · 10/1/2014
Where are fish biting? In general, walleye populations are strong in the Des Moines, Iowa, Cedar, Raccoon, Little Sioux and Wapsipinicon rivers, Department of Natural Resources staffers say. Check out this story on desmoinesregister.com: http ...
Des Moines Register · 5/25/2014
Danish skinny-dippers beware: A piranha cousin rumored to go after testicles might be invading brackish waters near Copenhagen. On Aug. 4, local fisherman Einar Lindgreen was going through his catch after fishing in the Oresund, the strait between …
Live Science · 8/12/2013
Swedish men are being warned against any inclination for nude swimming after a new species of fish has been discovered in their waters which enjoys biting testicles. A 21cm pacu fish, a relative of the piranha, was found by fisherman in the Oresund Sound ...
Daily Mail · 8/12/2013
... that will land them on the end of a hook better than hatchery fish. Prodded by fishermen, the Oregon Hatchery Research Center has agreed to see if it can breed the bite back into hatchery steelhead. Results won’t be known for at least four years ...
The Columbian · 4/27/2014
Watch out, France. The infamous testicle-biting fish appears to be on the move. After a fisherman discovered a pacu in the strait of Oresund earlier this year, authorities warned Scandinavian swimmers to be wary while skinny-dipping. Now that a pacu was ...
The Huffington Post · 9/3/2013