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Are there any poisonous oyster look alikes?

Asked: Pêche FOKUS Fishing, Last Updated:

Oyster mushrooms are one of the easiest wild mushrooms to identify, and they have NO poisonous look-alikes. You've probably seen them on damp rotting logs in the forest or the park, too. They grow rampantly all over North America.

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    Almost all cold-blooded animals, including fish, will continue to grow as long as they are alive, and may outgrow a small tank. The "full grown" size of a fish is determined by genetics, not by aquarium size, and individual fish will reach different sizes, just as adult humans reach different sizes.

  • How do you catch carp every time?

    Tips for Fishing Carp

    1. Find the Perfect Location. Carp tend to stay in murky water, and they're likely to spook easily when the water is clear. ...
    2. Choose the Right Bait. ...
    3. Set Up Your Rod and Reel. ...
    4. Avoid Shiny Hooks. ...
    5. Use a Rod Pod. ...
    6. Chum the Water. ...
    7. Try Bowfishing.
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    Yes, Mystery snails will definitely eat dead fish. They prefer dead or dying vegetation, but they are opportunistic feeders and will eat just about anything if they are hungry enough, even each other!!!

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