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You can actually see them in the clear water and they are tiny fry. Millions of them everywhere. What is worrying is that there are no predators chasing them.
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needs a humpback lol
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Originally posted by snowy snowy wrote:

You can actually see them in the clear water and they are tiny fry. Millions of them everywhere. What is worrying is that there are no predators chasing them.
On the plus side, that means more fish to survive to grow up. I wonder what species?
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Originally posted by Salar Salar wrote:

Originally posted by snowy snowy wrote:

You can actually see them in the clear water and they are tiny fry. Millions of them everywhere. What is worrying is that there are no predators chasing them.
On the plus side, that means more fish to survive to grow up. I wonder what species?

Knowing our luck it will be a few more Dogfish LOL
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could be the bad winds we have been getting the last couple of years driving bait fish up from the med through the western approaches might be worth trying to net some and find out what they are ?.
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