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How fast do prawns grow?

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On average, a prawn takes four to six month to grow to a harvestable size; they are harvested by draining the pond or in traps.

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    High-water season can bring on some truly great fishing, especially for folks who like to fish for bluegills. When in the backwaters and sloughs, you will want to search out areas of new emerging grass that have been flooded over, as well as flooded areas of brush.

  • Is high pressure or low pressure better for fishing?

    Rising pressure will trigger some activity, and fish activity will be something in between normal and high pressure. However, the best barometric pressure for fishing is falling pressure, before a storm.

  • Which fish is tasty for fry?

    If cod isn't your style, try farm-raised tilapia or catfish. Both these ready-to-fry fish are readily available at most markets and very affordable. Tilapia is a mild-tasting versatile fish allows you to play with various seasonings and batters. Catfish has a stronger taste that pairs well with a corn meal breading.

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    They are a fairly hardy species of fish and adapt quite readily to life in an aquarium. This makes them an excellent choice for most beginner and novice aquarists. They are also highly intelligent and have been a staple in the marine aquarium hobby for decades.

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