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Where do you fish when the water is high?

Asked: Alexandre Després-Grenier, Last Updated:

One of the best places to look for bass when the water comes up is in the very back of pockets and creeks. Back there where the water is churning in. This is a great area to look because of all the additional oxygen that is being brought into the water column.

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    Early morning right before the sun rises is an excellent time to target hungry pike. You can either find them in open or shallow water hunting down their first meal of the day. Great lures to use in the morning are jointed raps as well as top water splashers like a Hula Popper.

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    If a pistol shrimp snapped its claws, you would most likely go deaf after 1 or 2 snaps. Pistol shrimp snaps can reach sound levels of a Concorde airplane. If there were 10 or more, the sound produced would stun you and cause you to go completely deaf, and you'll most likely drown.

  • Should I bury or flush my fish?

    Bury your fish (don't flush). I highly recommend burying your fish instead of throwing them fish in the trash along with a bunch of other unwanted garbage. ... Introducing non-native fish – dead or alive – into the waterways can transmit bacteria and disease to other animals.

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    Shucked oysters are available, but we recommend shucking yourself at the last minute, or even while your guests are there, so your oysters won't dry out. First, clean all of your oysters under running cold water to remove all of the dirt. Check them carefully as you wash them.

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    To put that into perspective for you, the average time to reel in a bluefin tuna is about two and a half hours.

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    Sinking foods that remain at the bottom of the tank will eventually rot and this will lead to proliferation of bacteria that may cause spreading of harmful fish disease. ...

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