Around 10% of the world's total fish species can be found just within the Great Barrier Reef.
Starfish can re-grow their arms. In fact, a single arm can regenerate a whole body.
Starfish do not have blood. Their blood is actually filtered sea water.
Starfish don't have brains. Special cells on their skin gather information about their surroundings
Not all animals with the word fish in their names count as fish.
Though their names may suggest otherwise, cuttlefish, starfish, and jellyfish aren’t actually fish. Generally-speaking, fishes must have skulls, gills, and fins. Surprisingly, though, not all fishes have proper spines.
In three decades, the world's oceans will contain more discarded plastic than fish when measured by weight, researchers say.
As of 2020, there were 34,000 known fish species around world. Thatâ€™s more than the number of species in all other vertebrates: birds, reptiles, mammals, and amphibians combined.
A bit of Humor
My brother has 2 German Shepherds named Rolex and Timex. You guessed it they are Watch Dogs.
Mar 10, 2023; 03:54PM - Offshore Fishing in the Florida keys
Author Name: JD Martinez and Crew
news and articles from this Efishing report with JD
Martinez and crew.
Mar 1, 2023; 10:42AM - Testing
Author Name: Just me
Captain Matthew Champion has been fishing in Destin
since the early 90s and has enjoyed a long
and successful career on his way to founding
Championship Offshore Outfitting and Charters. His
ambition on every trip is to give you something
truly special. Choose from a huge list of
charters, fishing for anything from four hours up
to three days.
Championship Offshore specializes in offshore and
deep sea fishing for both bottom fish and
pelagic species. On shorter trips, you will be
fishing 20-30 miles out for Snappers, Groupers,
Triggerfish, and pelagics like King Mackerel and
At the other end of the scale, multi-day trips head
out over 100 miles in search of big game
legends like Blue and White Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna,
Swordfish, and more. You can also target
deep-water delicacies like Amberjack, Scamp
Grouper, Vermillion Snapper, and Tilefish.
However long you come aboard for, you won’t be
disappointed with Capt. Matt’s 42’ Buddy Davis
sportfishing boat. The vessel has masses of space,
but the captain limits groups to six to make
sure everyone gets that five-star fishing
experience. The boat cruises a hair under 30 knots
thanks to her twin Cummins engines which kick out
well over 1,200 HP.
The list of features aboard this beauty can be
fairly summed up as “everything.” Inside, you
will find a full head, galley, saloon, and cabins,
all blissfully air-conditioned. Up on deck,
you have outriggers, downriggers, tube tubes,
livewells, a fighting chair, and more fishing
gear than you will know what to do with.
Luckily, Capt. Matt and his experienced crew are
here to walk you through every step of the
trip. This is a chance to do more than just load up
on fish. Get as stuck in as you want, and
learn from a man who has been doing this for
decades. Head home with great memories, new
skills, and of course, a trunkful of tasty fish.
Jul 8, 2019; 08:01PM - Yummy
Author Name: My Name
hello its yummy here
Jun 24, 2019; 05:18PM - Whopper
Author Name: Me
What beautiful eyes you have!
Jun 24, 2019; 05:12PM - Kingfish or Dorado
Author Name: Me
What is that beautiful dorado holding?
Feb 23, 2010; 04:29PM - Lake Toho Bass Fishing
Author Name: Capt Tim Fey
The first half of February has seen some great bass fishing action, as well as a few days of tougher bass fishing with passing cold front. The days the bite has been tougher than normal, numbers were down, but the best part was size was up. Live bait as well as artificial baits both were doing great right up to the last cold front, that was when the switch was made to use live wild shiners as well as the artificial baits.
Lake Toho has definitely been the place to be with both live wild shiners and artificial baits not only catching some good numbers, but some nice size as well. The northern end of lake toho has seemed to be the best producing area, with some nice 4 and 5 pound bass coming from right along Lake Shore Drive area. Flipping into the cover or pitching the wild shiners along the edges has been the best way to catch them. Water temperatures have finally started to climb back into the low 60’s and beds have been popping up everywhere, so the big spawn is just about to kick in.
When the cold fronts have hit us, they usually have brought higher winds, which has had us move to Conway Chain, now the bass as some would say are smaller on Conway Chain, with bigger numbers, But don’t tell Eric that, as he landed a sweet bass right around 5 pounds and she was looking very healthy. If you know where to fish this body of water, you will catch big bass and quality bass.
Capt Tim Fey
Jan 7, 2010; 06:41PM - Lake Toho Bass Fishing
Author Name: Capt Tim Fey
Lake Toho Bass Fishing
The end of December proved to be yet another good week of bass fishing on Lake Toho.
Southern end of the lake is still producing some good numbers for us. Live bait has been a big key to catching bass on a consitant basis but the artificial bite is was still producing some good catches.
Most of our time had been spent targeting reeds and scattered patches of lily pads with some pretty good success.
Yushi and his son Atsushi had one awesome day out here, not only catching some good numbers, but also some quality bass at a steady pace. Water temperatures were running right around 59 degrees which did have the bass somewhat scattered, but as long as we were within casting range of the reeds and pads with our shiners, the bass played pretty good.
With the artificial baits, Gitem K.O's wacky rigged and twin Liz was the definate way to go. Altho the bite with artificials was more of a light tap and not the wanted aggressive hit, allowing the bass to swim a few extra seconds with your bait was the trick. Keeping track of every cast you made was needed, as these bass would lightly grab the bait and slowly swim away from cover to deeper waters, several times clients have made casts, and did not feel a thing until their bait was within feet of the boat. This is not uncommon, especially when the waters get cold like this.