Back to Contents This section contains all the papers and books referred to in the text of the web site on Freshwater Fishes of Iran but also attempts to be a bibliography on these fishes and their environment.
Each is a valuable tool in one regard or another, but as with any technology, each has its downsides. Internet access warns of approaching storms.
Facebook and Twitter let us communicate our thoughts instantly, to one person or 10, people. And when I woke, even before I brushed my teeth, I was staring at that screen. Except on maybe one out of every couple hundred days, nothing had happened that required immediate attention.
So, back to November. That would have been too great a shock, like kicking an addictive drug cold turkey. Instead, I set an achievable goal of three nights and four days. What, after all, could happen in such short time away from email and the Internet? I would do it. My brain got a break from that constant barrage of information.
And it felt good. And four days later, I welcomed the devices back into my life. And nothing that happened during the blackout changed anything in my life. You get to choose which two hours. From April through June, raise the ante to four hours and physically shut it down, either from sunup to lunchtime or the back half of the day.
Except in the case of a genuine emergency — checking office email does not qualify — leave the device stowed. Sending me photos from deer stands and fishing spots is just fine and encouraged. Nobody my age grew up tethered to a telephone.
We had one, maybe two in the house, and when you left home, you left that part of the world behind. Contact Doug Pike at DPike fishgame. I think this was my 15th or 16th day of nothing.
But alas, ol Nuge never gives up. I never say never, and I never, ever give in. Every morning, every afternoon, like predator clockwork, I am in my best strategized tree-stand, ambush perch, ready to rock.
And I very carefully determine exactly which of my many stands will be the ultimate kill zone of the day. Based on rotating pressure, animal sightings, tracks, droppings, trailcam photos, wind, sun, acorn drop, food plot growth and use, I do my very best to put it all together in my never ending addiction to outwit the beasts.
So, my quest scrambles on unabated. On this fine October day in the beautiful Hill Country of Texas, on our own sacred SpiritWild Ranch hunt grounds, Ace VidCam Dude Kris Helms and I agreed that we would sneak into the front live oak, and see if we might just get lucky and break the skunky streak.
Hate skunks, and hate getting skunked even more. This lone, old oak tree is the only one nearby, say for a few hundred yards or so, and it was raining sweet mast like no other. A huge swath of thick, nasty, tangled cedars and junipers choked the hillside not far from the ranch gate, and earlier that day I had seen a good group of does and fawns leave the sanctuary as a large antlered stag circled back into the puckerbrush.
Our hopes were that the old boy was still somewhere in this half-mile tangle, and with a solid south wind, maybe, just maybe, the 18 Nugent.Jan 01, · Sample records for lake erie fish drum were the most frequently occurring food in the stomachs and constituted the greatest portion of the diet by weight.
Young gizzard shad became the most abundant prey and made up the largest percentage of the diet by weight in the stomachs from the end of July through October.
We analyzed whole-body. Phytoplankton / ˌ f aɪ t oʊ ˈ p l æ ŋ k t The plankton can either be collected from a body of water or cultured, though the former method is seldom used. Phytoplankton is used as a foodstock for the production of rotifers, which are in turn used to feed other organisms.
Effects of Phytoplankton Concentration, Temperature, Individual body weight increased sigmoidally with age.
The weight-specific growth rate increased hyperbolically with food concentration. The maximum growth rate de- influence of food concentration, temperature, body size. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Holding fish in a tilted grip by the jaw has raised concern among anglers about potential damage to jaw musculature and tendons, as they may not support the fish’s body weight out of water.
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