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loopy

Deeper Blue Hypoxyphiliac
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I was thinking the other day, wouldn't it be great if we could have a collection of postings relating to different techniques to catch different fish in different places. That way, if you end up travelling somewhere or even if you're still at home, you've got a handul of tricks up your sleeve to try. If everyone submits a few entries, we would have a lot of info here. Obviously, if there's a trade secret or two involved, no one will hold it against you for keeping it to yourself ;)

A suggested format is as follows.

1. Latin name:
2. Common names:
3. Location targeted:
4. Typical habitat:
5. Techinques:
6. Extra notes:


Loopy
 
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