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#61 Chasmodes

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  • Central Maryland

Posted 15 November 2017 - 10:02 AM

Looks like fun!  Pretty good fight and dinner too!


Kevin Wilson


#62 BenCantrell

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  • San Diego, CA

Posted Yesterday, 04:46 PM

Happy New Year everyone!  Nothing new for my lifelist in this post, but I caught a few tidepool fish that are worth sharing.

 

Opaleye

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Woolly Sculpin

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Spotted Kelpfish

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The honey hole.  I caught all 3 of the above species in this pool as well as rockpool blenny.

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Ocean Beach Pier to the north.  You can triangulate my position if you want to poach the spot. :D

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#63 ShadetreeIchthyologist

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  • Knoxville TN

Posted Yesterday, 05:10 PM

That Woolly Sculpin looks pretty cool. Are you still doing your blog?


"Amateurs can potentially make valuable contributions to our knowledge of fishes". - Etnier and Starnes

 

"Innovation not imitation". - Choo Choo Customs


#64 Chasmodes

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  • Central Maryland

Posted Today, 07:40 AM

Very cool!  I bet all four species would make for an interesting biotope aquarium depending on how big a tank.  What, no blenny pic?   :fishy:  (I'm a bit biased...OK, I guess the kelpfish is close enough)


Kevin Wilson




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