Month: August 2019

Fishing line Types laying around monofilament, fluorocarbon, Copolymer or Braided fishing line

Fishing Line Types for the Beginners

Fishing Line – monofilament, fluorocarbon, Copolymer and Braided Fishing Line What is Fishing Line? Fishing line can be defined as any line that is used to catch fish. Various types of fishing lines include Monofilament, Fluorocarbon, Copolymer and Braided Fishing Line. Fishing Line types Generally, durable with various parameters, such as length, material and weight …

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Killer Algae and invasive species in Waterways

Killer Algae – Invasive Species – Part 13

Killer Algae biologically known as Caulerpa taxifolia are native to the Indian Ocean in Asia, Africa and Australia. An invasive species of seaweed widely used as an ornamental aquarium plant, as it is attractive and neat. While, being easy to establish and care for. Freshwater aquatic plant that can tolerate some brackish waters, even those …

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Different Type of Fishing Rods explained

Fishing Rod Material

How to Make fishing rods – Fishing Rod Material with Comparisons Different types of fishing rods explained includes fishing rod construction material include Bamboo, Fiberglass, Graphite, Carbon Fiber and Composites. While, the oldest known material for fishing rod construction is bamboo. Materials should be considered when constructing a fishing rod. However, growth in popularity of …

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Didymo and invasive species

Didymo – Invasive Species – Part 12

The Didymo is a single-celled diatom which is native to the northern hemisphere. Presumable native to Lake Superior and parts of Canada. Preferring cool temperature regions. Single-celled diatom organism unique for their hard, unreactive, colorless cell walls. They look and feel like white or tan wet wool. Ranging from small cotton ball sized patches to …

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Titan and Bay invasive species on rock

Barnacle Bay and Titan Acorn – Invasive Species – Part 10

Invasive Species in USA Waterways – Part 10 – Bay Barnacle and Titan Acorn Barnacle Here we take a look at Barnacles, both the Bay Barnacle and Titan Acorn Barnacle. Both different invasive species occurring in American waterways by means of introduction. Biofoulers that spread by means of barnacles on boats. Invasive Species Definition The …

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Swim Bladder Worm, nematodes are an invasive species

Swim Bladder Worm – Invasive Species – Part 9

Swim Bladder Worm are parasitic nematodes living in swim bladders of eels. The invasive species spreads easily among eel populations after introduction to a body of water. Is native to South Eastern Asia. Some of the hosts of the Swim Bladder Worm are the European Eel, American Eel and the Japanese Eel. Invasive Species Definition …

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