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Do glow in the dark bobbers scare fish?

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Lighted bobbers are critical tools for tapping the night bite for walleyes and other gamefish that dine after sundown. However, commercially made lighted bobbers are often big and bulky, making it a challenge to present your bait in the strike zone without scaring the fish.

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  • Can you eat Chilean salmon raw?

    We're often asked if you can eat our salmon raw. The answer is yes! As long as you can confirm your salmon was frozen according to the FDA's freezing guidelines, you can eat salmon raw, and it's fantastic. It's our go-to way to prepare salmon for a party.

  • Are stoneflies poisonous?

    As large and imposing-looking as giant stoneflies are, they're completely harmless. While most people would find the giant stonefly to be an interesting-looking insect, fisherpeople get particularly excited about them because they indicate good water quality — and possibly trout.

  • What can I do with canned smoked oysters?

    You can do almost anything with smoked oysters that you do with any seafood. Try them in your seafood stew or soup the next time you make it. Replace your crab or tuna dip with a smoked oyster dip. Try them on a crostini or as a replacement for any basic oyster recipe.

  • What if fish never existed?

    Wherever the location, the disappearance of fish would likely lead to a huge imbalance in the natural world. It is likely that vulnerable habitats such as coral reefs and kelp forests would be overrun first and only the most adaptable, resilient species will remain, in a far less dynamic and diverse ecosystem.

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    Many fish stores sell dried brine shrimp eggs, and even kits for hatching and raising live brine shrimp at home. Newly hatched brine shrimp are a perfect starter food for baby fish (fry) of many species. They are relatively easy to grow at home.

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    • Farmed Salmon. ...
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  • Can a fish survive with a hook in its mouth?

    Can a Fish Survive with a Hook in its Mouth? Fortunately, most fish are able to survive after being released with a hook in their mouths. In a study that was conducted with tagged fish, the data showed that most fish are able to shake out the hook in only a couple of days.

  • Do loaches attack shrimp?

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    The lower section of the Colorado River is best fished by drift boat. The Colorado supports a large population of brown and rainbow trout. Check with local outfitters to find out what's hatching, but nymph and streamer fishing are typically the most productive way to hook into these large fish.

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