Walleye Wisdom: An In-Fisherman Handbook of Strategies

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Remember: most of the fish have their gills covered! Did you know that babies have more bones than adults or that one bone in the body is not connected to any other bone? Biology therefore makes this shark unlikely to attack something as large as a diver - it would simply not be able to eat it, and would probably lose a lot of teeth in the process. After a period of one or four years, they move to the river for spawning. When talking to someone: The up/down arrows choose response, space bar confirms response.

Pages: 381

Publisher: In-Fisherman (August 17, 2011)

ISBN: B005HXXJYE

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