Fishing Tackle Belt

Top Fishing Gadgets: Fishing Tackle Belt

Fishing Tackle Belt: Since we are talking about a Fishing Belt here we can assume that it will be used standing up and around the hips. First and foremost I am thinking of Fly Fishing.

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Bait Trap Fishing

Top Fishing Gadgets: Bait Trap Fishing

Hi all, here I will try to answer the most frequently asked questions related to “Bait Trap Fishing”. That may seem interesting.

I searched as many answers as I could on the Internet and picked the most interesting ones.

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Live Bait Storage

Top Fishing Gadgets: Live Bait Storage

Hi everyone, here I will try to explain a little bit about the most frequently asked questions related to “Live Bait Storage”. That might seem interesting.

I searched as many answers as I could on the Internet and picked the most interesting ones.

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Fish Scent Attractants

Top Fishing Gadgets: Fish Scent Attractants

Hi everyone, here I will try to explain a little bit about the most frequently asked questions related to “Fish Scent Attractants”. That might seem interesting.

I searched as many answers as I could on the Internet and picked the most interesting ones.

Click here to go to my home page with videos of the other best-selling items.

Introduction

You really can’t imagine what people are asking on the Internet. Some questions are very silly but still provide a good answer. I was amazed at that myself! So, if you see a question that seems ridiculous to you, you might want to read on. So I’ve covered most of the (stupid or not) questions… Maybe you’re having a little fun!

There are so many questions that I will deal with them arbitrarily here. You can also consult the “Table of Contents” to navigate directly to a particular question.

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Best Artificial Bait

Answers to questions concerning Artificial Bait

Hi everyone, here I will try to explain a little bit about the most frequently asked questions related to “Artificial Bait”. That might seem interesting.

I searched as many answers as I could on the Internet and picked the most interesting ones.

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Red Sea Stonefish

Red Sea Stonefish
Red Sea Stonefish (Synanceia nana)

Red Sea Stonefish

I would like to share with you some information about the Red Sea Stonefish

So here I will try to give as much information as possible about this curious Red Sea stonefish.

This is a mash-up of everything I could find on the web. Many various websites have been visited, viewed, and compared by me. I made a point of not duplicating and/or publishing anything that was not permitted. Hopefully, you will find it enjoyable.

 The scientists Eschmeyer & Rama-Rao discovered this fish species in 1973.

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Scolopsis – Various Species

Arabian Monocle Bream (Scolopsis ghanam)
The Arabian Monocle Bream (Scolopsis ghanam)

Scolopsis – Various Species

Table of Contents

Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of information or literature on the Scolopsis. I’ll do my best to inform you about the animals we know a little bit about…

There are currently 19 species about which we know something. I’ll now go over the four most well-known Scolopsis.

Of course, each Scolopsis was discovered at a different time and by a different group of (natural) scientists. These names and dates are also mentioned in articles about the species they discovered.

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Triggerfish – Various Species

Redtooth Triggerfish
Redtooth triggerfish (Odonus niger) (46386906584).jpg – Wikimedia Commons

Triggerfish – Various Species

Table of Contents

This article is formatted differently than the others. Because the triggerfish consists of 12 genera (consisting of about 40 species), I will combine images and info per gender. There is too little information to devote a full article by gender.

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European Anchovy

European Anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus)
European Anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus) – Oceana – fishsizematters.eu

Worth knowing about the European Anchovy

Taxonomy

The European Anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus)  belongs to the kingdom of animals, more specifically to the tribe Chordata. Here they are again subdivided into the class Actinopterygii, order of Clupeiformes, the family of Clupeidae, the subfamily of Engraudilae, genus Engraulis, and the species Engraulis encrasicolus.

This animal was first described in 1758 by Carl Linnaeus (a Swedish botanist, zoologist, taxonomist, and physician). He is known as the “father of modern taxonomy”.

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Alewife

Alewife
Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) – Alewife herring in Cecil County, Md. | Alewife swim against … | Flickr – by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program

Worth knowing about the Alewife

Taxonomy

The Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) belongs to the kingdom of animals, more specifically to the tribe Chordata. Here they are again subdivided into the class Actinopterygii, order of Clupeiformes, the family of Clupeidae, the subfamily of Alosinae, genus Alosa, and the species Alosa pseudoharengus.

This animal was first described in 1811 by Alexander Wilson (a Scottish-American poet, ornithologist, naturalist, and illustrator who was born in Paisley (Scotland)).

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