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
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
Multiple limits still being caught daily, with plenty of trophy walleyes in the mix. Fish and fish houses shifted a bit deeper this week. Morning bite 7-10 am and afternoons later than 2 pm still producing the most action. Pick your favorite jig ...
OutdoorsFIRST · 12/27/2013
Henrik Carl, a fish expert at the Danish museum, told Swedish news site The Local. "They bite because they're hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth," Carl said. "And its mouth is not so big, so of course it normally eats nuts, fruit, and small ... · 8/11/2013
Fishing Best Bets: Cooling water has fish biting Coastal water temperatures still are in the low 80-degree range, but fish have noticed the downward trend, and they've been biting. Check out this story on
The News-Press · 10/1/2015
Last weekend, south Jersey resident Ron Rossi and his son Frank were fishing in the manmade Swedes Lake in Burlington County when they caught a fish that typically isn’t indigenous to the area. “I’ve never seen anything like that before in the lake ...
Death And Taxes · 6/24/2015
Fish expert Henrik Carl told the Local earlier in August: "The pacu is not normally dangerous to people but it has quite a serious bite. There have been incidents in other countries, such as Papua New Guinea where some men have had their testicles bitten off.
Sunshine Coast Daily · 9/5/2013
(CNN) — A discovery in a Danish-Swedish strait has experts warning male skinny-dippers to beware! Experts say they should watch out for this fish, infamous for biting testicles. A fisherman discovered it recently in Scandinavia. It’s called a Pacu and ...
Fox 8 Cleveland · 8/12/2013
A Danish professor said a South American fish was found in Danish waters He said the fish may ... it is very unlikely that you would actually meet one here and that it would bite you. It's up to people themselves how careful they want to be.
KCTV5 News · 8/16/2013
(Reuters) - A swarm of biting fish injured more than 70 people who were bathing at a popular beach in Argentina on Christmas, a medical official said on Thursday. A seven-year-old girl had her finger partially amputated and dozens more suffered bite wounds ...
MyBroadband · 12/27/2013