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How do you help a distressed fish?

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Trying a stress coat product, which can help remove chlorine, neutralize chloramines and detoxify heavy metals to set up optimal water conditions. It can also help heal skin wounds and torn fins. Reducing overcrowding by moving additional fish to a new tank, or getting a larger aquarium.

FAQ

  • What do you use to catch kingfish?

    Kingfish are readily targetable using many different methods; Live baiting, well presented dead baits, cut baits, jigging and topwater methods will all account for their share of Kings, though each require their own approach which we will expand on shortly.

  • What kind of fish eat chubs?

    What Eats Them? Creek chubs are a main larval item for many predators, such as walleyes, brown trout, northern pike, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass. Because they often school in lakes, loons, kingfishers, and mergansers also commonly eat them.

  • Are sprats smaller than sardines?

    Pilchards and sardines are the same species of fish, but sardines live (are caught...) in warmer waters and are less than six inches long. "Sprat" is the name applied to several species of small, oily fishes belonging to the herring family.

  • How much extra does CJ pay for fish?

    During Fishing Tourneys or random visits, C.J. will buy fish from the player for 150% of their usual value. (Commissions cannot be accepted on tourney days). Two tourneys will be held in Spring and Winter where players have three minutes to catch as many fish as possible.

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