a fishing knot for line-to-line connections.
stream of birth.
a species of fish endemic to a specific region, watershed, or body of water.
live or dead organisms that occur in nature and which are used to attract and catch fish.
a fish that is produced by parents spawning in a stream or lake bed, as opposed to a controlled environment such as a hatchery.
lakes formed by glaciers or by other natural means.
deaths in a fish stock caused by predation, pollution, senility, etc., but not fishing.
the tide with the least difference or movement, between the high and low water, happens during the first and last quarter of the moon.
the shallow portion of inshore saltwaters adjacent to the shoreline.
the parental practice of patrolling the nesting area, thus protecting a nest’s eggs from likely predation.
an aquatic insect during its immature stage of development while underneath the surface of the water.
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