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    Alright fellas and fellaettes,

    You have absolutely no chance of winning this game, but we're gonna keep on going just for fun and for learning's sake (cause thats what my teachers always said to do)...

    Remember, Genus and Species name...

    Okay, lucky fishy number 3...



    It's an ugly bugger...

    Good luck...

    [ 01-29-2004, 08:40 PM: Message edited by: mrstripes ]

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    moray eel
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    Gymnothorax something.

    [ 01-29-2004, 09:03 PM: Message edited by: Backwater ]
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    Cool

    Atlantic Cutlassfish
    Trichiurus lepturus

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    Think you are right Tom. Caught one in the middle of the night out at the Baltimore Canyon while chunking for tuna. Came as a surprise.

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    It's what I had for dinner last night, and came back to haunt me this morning.... [img]tongue.gif[/img]
    "Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it...
    I am haunted by waters" -Norman Maclean

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    but the heart of the fool to the left.

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    Ya got that one tom

    i used to troll em for tuna they love the lil bastards...

    Rory
    Sometimes when you listen real hard you can hear the fish laughing at you!!

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    I AGREE WITH TOM G.--IF TOM IS RIGHT UP UNTIL LAST YEAR THE STATE RECORD CUTLASS IS HANGING IN STERLING HARBOR CAUGHT I BELIEVE IN THE WILMINGTON A COUPLE YEARS AGO.

    Y D
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    You got it, Tommy...That dem der is a Atlantic Cutlassfish, also known as a ribbon fish. They commonly grow to about four feet, but are mostly known for their bait value, although are prized in Asia for culinary aspects. They belong to the Family Trichiuridae, which are the Snake Mackerels.

    Another one tomorrow...get ready...

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