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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Hero on May 5th 2010, 8:02 pm

What did you bring home?

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on May 16th 2010, 1:37 pm

crested blenny
molly miler blenny
snails
hermits
anemones
etc.

here is a cool video of the place I went collecting. It shows you how clean the gulf actually is......For now
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Hero on May 17th 2010, 6:05 pm

Yeah...where is the video?

Pictures would be nice to Happy.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on May 18th 2010, 7:48 am

ooops fail


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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Hero on May 20th 2010, 6:44 pm

Oh cool.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on May 30th 2010, 6:44 pm

Im going again. this time our condo is right on the jetty. I am also going for 5 nights! Very Happy

Where did everyone go?
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Post by Hero on May 30th 2010, 10:32 pm

Gone. I guess no one likes coming Sad. Yeah i'm probably not going to be on for this week. Finals <_<.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on May 31st 2010, 5:16 pm

FINALS! I am out of school already.
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Hero on June 1st 2010, 8:51 pm

Oh boy, i have two and a half days left.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on June 2nd 2010, 4:55 pm

really? I will be back from vacation on Wednesday. And I will also be bringing back some nice slurpy brown sweet nasty retarded ugly sticky stinky unrefined crude oil Sad

I will save as many anemones and blennys as I can.
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Hero on June 5th 2010, 1:33 pm

Collect responsibly is all I can say. It is really a shame about the oil though Sad.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Brent on June 5th 2010, 4:52 pm

Definately PF.

I just watched the vid by Jacques Cousteau's grandson of the state of things underwater. It's concerning, to say the least.

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Apparently if the oil catches the gulf current it could reach us here in NL. Sad
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Post by Rambo on June 5th 2010, 11:30 pm

We do have oil tarballs rolling in on the beach today. i caught some blennys and the usual. I also went fishing and my dad caught a spanish mackeral. But this tuff is nasty it is like peanut butter that is sticky.
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Post by Hero on June 6th 2010, 5:09 pm

I heard. Heavy crude oil. They made a ban on it below the 60th lateral in the Southern Ocean though. So that's good.

Oh Brent, I think that it might take a spin off towards Europe more though. What is going to suck is when it hits South Florida and the Everglades Sad.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on June 6th 2010, 10:40 pm

I used that spanish mackeral for bait today cause it died when we reeled it up. And we cut it up and used it for shark bait. We faught a 250 pound 8 foot bull shark for 30 minutes until it wrapped around a buoy and popped the line. Sad Definantly the biggest fish ive ever faught. I am going to clean up some more oil tommorrow. Still having tarballs roll in. I found anemones today. I also found crested blennies, secretary blennies, and molly miller blennies. Somr cool gobies too.
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Hero on June 7th 2010, 4:58 pm

Bull Sharks will eat you. Lucky you didn't get pulled in the water Razz. Pictures would be nice.

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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on June 7th 2010, 9:51 pm

yea it would also be nice if I could have gotten it to shore all the way. i also dont havemy usb cord here at teh condo. ill ry to get some up when i go home.
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Brent on June 8th 2010, 2:38 pm

I didn't realize the everglades were open to the ocean water... Wow. ]:

More towards Europe? Well, I guess that's good news for me. Even better news if it just stays where it is.

Poor mackeral. ;]

How did you deduce that the shark weighed 250 lbs?
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Rambo on June 8th 2010, 6:55 pm

My dad has cought hundreds of sharks in his life (so have I). And this one fought just as hard as the 8 foot Paranoid 250 pound sharks we have caught. Mention the shark broke the clicker on our offshore deep sea reel.


Anyways I brought home an isopod. Shocked He will live in a 1 g.
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Re: My 2.75g pico coldwater

Post by Brent on June 8th 2010, 7:19 pm

Fair enough.

Isopod! Excited
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