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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Unimaginable , fantastic

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The first fish that was born "live" surprised by cameras in China :)

 

ggabi

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

When the sun goes down, carp jumping in the boat!

 in danube delta romania


Sunday, March 14, 2010

Tsunami-hit fishermen now "scared of sea"

Sun, Mar 07, 2010
AFP
by Claire Rosemberg
ILOCA, Chile - The powerful tsunami that swept a string of coastal fishing villages out to sea a week ago carried away boats, tackle and engines too, and traumatised fishermen are now "scared of the sea." The wreckage along the 20 kilometres of southern coast hit by three gigantic waves a week ago Saturday is among the worst wreaked by the mega 8.8 quake, one of the biggest ever on record.
Blue-eyed and sunburned, Mamerto Jara Faria, 53 and a father of four, stands listlessly gazing out to sea by his bombed-out house. "What's going to become of us?" he says.

"My boat's gone, along with the nets and engine. I haven't got money for new ones - the cash under the mattress washed away." "And look at the sea," he adds."The fish've gone, the water's higher than it was, so the haul would be bad even we had boats."
Not a single person died along this coast, a special police investigator told AFP, but the sea swallowed one of Chile's three main fishing centres, a key industry.
"We thank God we're alive," said Francisco Rivera Cespedes, the 39-year-old former head of the 300-strong local fishermen's association as he supervises a hand-out of relief sent by fishermen from other parts - a consignment of disposable nappies, crates of water and biscuits.
"Many are saying they no longer want to fish, they're scared of the sea now," he said. "But that's what we do - fish!".
Piled high along both sides of the straight coastal road stand a jumble of mangled fridges and beds, stray computers, power lines and muddied rags. Twisted circus caravans and vehicles from the Circo Montini lie near the remains of a fair ground.
Rescue-workers this week saved lions and monkeys brought to entertain summer holidayers enjoying the seaside in hotels and bungalows, many built by fishermen for extra cash.
But in the dead of night, high waves powered hundreds of meters inland, literally sweeping away entire houses that now lie tumbled on their sides far from where they stood, or were hollowed out in the middle when waves crashed in and out.
"That's ours, over there, it used to be here," said Graciela Corea, 74.
Most people are homeless, and most sleep in tents. By day they pick through the rubble for hidden banknotes, mementos, or anything usable.
At night they sleep on high ground in the surrounding hills.
Survivors recount how people scrambled up the hillside minutes after the quake. "We'd been told it could happen here, after the one in Asia," Corea said. "Never, never in my whole life here had I seen one."
Thanks to the full moon that night, everyone went quickly, screaming "Run! Run! The sea's coming!"
"There was a long silence after the quake," she said. "I saw the first wave. It made a noise like a huge machine crunching wood. A few minutes went by, then the second wave came, the most violent."
More than 200 aftershocks - as strong as 6.8 and 6.2 on Friday - are traumatising Chileans already in shock.
Maria Yarce Jara, who waited three days before finding the strength to come down to the sea to see the state of her damaged house, said she cannot close her eyes at night. "It has been days since I slept."
By day, she and husband Francisco, and the children and grandchildren - they took to the hills with only a pack of nappies for a 3-month baby when the tsunami struck - camp close to their house to make sure nobody makes off with the little left inside.
By night they climb the hill.
"We're worried about the future," she said. "For now, Chileans from all over are bringing us food, water and clothing."
"But a few weeks down the road, people may forget us and how can we make out if we have no boat, no way of earning a living?"
President-elect Sebastian Pinera, who will be sworn into office next week, on March 11, toured the coastal distaster zone this week, and South Korean officials too came by promising help.
"We want to work though we're terrified of the water," said Francisco Jara. "But people say there's little chance of another tsunami like this for another 100 years, so we will return. We can't hang around uselessly like this much longer."

Saturday, March 13, 2010

John Berry's Fly-Fishing Report: White Hole to Narrows is a hot spot | baxterbulletin.com | The Baxter Bulletin

John Berry's Fly-Fishing Report: White Hole to Narrows is a hot spot | baxterbulletin.com | The Baxter Bulletin

Eufaula cashes in on fishing tournament - WSFA 12 News Montgomery, AL |

Eufaula cashes in on fishing tournament - WSFA 12 News Montgomery, AL |

FT.com / Pursuits - The science of salmon fishing

FT.com / Pursuits - The science of salmon fishing

The Bellingham Herald / Top Stories / 100,000 pounds of abandoned fishing gear taken from Whatcom County

The Bellingham Herald / Top Stories / 100,000 pounds of abandoned fishing gear taken from Whatcom County

Largemouth Bass Fishing Tips- Using Jerkbaits: Fishing for Bass with Soft Plastic Flukes

Largemouth Bass Fishing Tips- Using Jerkbaits: Fishing for Bass with Soft Plastic Flukes

cormoran swallowing a foot-long pike

Amateur photographer Stewart Canham snapped this amazing    photo of a cormorant swallowing a foot-long pike: With its rows of needle-sharp teeth, the pike is a feared predator in the water world. But this one hadn’t a hope when a hungry cormorant decided it was supper time. The bird pounced on the foot-long pike with its hooked bill and pulled it to the surface of a lake.
The two antagonists grappled for a few seconds before, in one swift  movement, the magnificent bird extended and twisted its neck in preparation for supper. Its highly elastic throat allowed the cormorant to gobble the pike down whole within seconds.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Pike fishing in Finland. Pike eating pike


Pike fishing in Finland. Pike eating pike
Încărcat de XquiZZiT. - Discover the latest sports and extreme videos.

carp fishing in danube delta part 5

Danube Delta - yellow water lilies

Posted by rover968 on youtube




Danube Delta

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Catfish on Danube Delta

A nice video with some catfish  on Danube Delta posted by alexmarean1

Carp fishing in Danube Delta part 4

YouTube - carp fishing in danube delta part 3

Carp fishing in Danube Delta part 2

Carp fishing in Danube Delta part 1