Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Pop Quiz:


This is a sought after sport fish whose
natural habitat is south of the equator
and resides in fresh water. 20 lbs is
considered a large one, but some have
been caught weighing close to 100 lbs.


Their teeth bypass each other and fit
tightly into sockets when closed mouth
allowing the teeth (always exposed)
to be used as "sheers".
Besides something to not swim with,

What is it?

4 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

Commonly known as a "lock jawed" slimy fish however the correct reference is the "Tiger Fish". By the way, it appears that this one was caught on a #4 Mepps Aglia with an undressed #4 bronze hook, factory installed and in new condition.

j, d plumma said...

Just stick to the subject, will ya?!

and, you're right...

Tormen Tagain said...

well, it's not a celacanth?. no, I didn't google the spelling of that. Sometimes ya just gotta pretend that all this googlenetwebinfo stuff doesn't exist and we have to use our brains or recurring synapses 'memories' to guide us. Wow, that's scary enough. Boy if we could only film ourselves just once per year to talk about a certain memory. in other words the same thing each time. The same memory, year after year etc. How would that memory change over the years. I might guess that it would be the equivalency of holding a fish boldly out front of yourself to make it larger in the picture but never having realized we did it.
Oh yeah, I have no idea what fish that is but I don't want to remove the hook while it's still fighting, um or, alive.

FishTaxi said...

loud mouth bass? :)

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