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Capt. Joe Fumo of Fish Finder II reported that a decent amount of fish were boated this week. Fish to 26 inches and six pounders were had by a few anglers. Joe Heff and Harry Muff had a couple of fish in the 5-pound range over last week, in all they had ...
Shore News Today · 6/7/2012
A small fish with a big reputation – for biting off the testicles of men in the waters of Papua New Guinea – is on the move. It has made its way to France and there are fears it could be headed for London next. It was reported last month that the ...
New York Post · 9/7/2013
News outlets are buzzing about the discovery of an Amazonian pacu fish-- a relative of the piranha -- in a man-made lake in South Jersey. It's a weird one, with a mouthful of teeth that look almost human, and it certainly doesn't belong in a pristine ...
Washington Post · 6/24/2015
Anglers are still catching salmon in various spots around the bay, but the bite is slow and the fish are scattered. We are not seeing any significant concentrations of anchovies or sardines. Most bait balls on the near shore are comprised of small mackerel ...
The Santa Cruz Sentinel · ByAllen Bushnell · 5/22/2015
ICE ICE BABY — The right fishing conditions involve a lot of variables to get the fish to bite: weather, time of day, noise, shadows, bait, patience and many more that an expert would be happy to discuss with you. Regardless of the variables and your ...
KSL · 3/6/2015
As with the coming of Fortinbras, Denmark is once again facing threat of foreign invasion. Except this time around it’s not a fictional Norwegian prince so much as a species of fish related to the piranha and that likes to go after peoples’ testicles.
TheMarySue · 8/13/2013
What can I tell you? The fish bite is on high, from the bank and from the boat. Now’s the time to go. The bite is early morning and the bite is late afternoon. It also might be strong after dark. My friend, Ralph Barbee, tells of the man casting doll ...
The Augusta Chronicle · ByBill Baab · 3/22/2012
An attack from a swarm of biting fish left more than 70 people injured on a popular beach in Argentina. The "palometas" are a relative of the pirhana (pictured). Credit: David Davies/PA A seven-year-old girl had her finger partially amputated and dozens ...
ITV · 12/26/2013
Ironically the above mentioned taverns are some of the greatest places to hear elaborate theories on why the fish are not biting. Some of these theories are so elaborate that they make Darwin’s Theory of Evolution seem elementary. I began to notice one ...
Public Opinion · 6/25/2015
As always, the first and last couple hours of daylight have produced the fastest action, and an approaching full moon period could extend the night bite, too. That said, the biggest fish of the weekend was hooked late in …
Door County Daily News · 1 hour ago