Oscar Fishing Wall of Fame
Massive Bream, Record Breaking
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Oscar Fishing Article
Hang time. Michael Jordan had it in spades. Shaquille OíNealónot so much. Leaves hang, flutter and fall on a warm autumn breeze. Acorns donít hang or flutter much at all, in fact, they pretty much drop like rocks. Ever try to catch an acorn midflight? How about a hailstone; ever catch one, say, square in the nogginí? Smarts donít it? Falling leaves are easier on the melon, but Iíll take a shower of fluttering hundred-dollar bills any day. Watch how they flip, flop and glide in every direction as they drop toward the ground. Never know exactly where a C-Noteís going to land. Drop it from a rooftop, and the bill could easily come to rest 20-feet away...
Oscar Fish Species Information
|Scientific Fish Name:||Astronotus ocellatus|
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|Regions Fished:||Peru, Colombia, Brazil and French Guiana and occurs in the Amazon river basin, along the Amazonas, IÁŠ, Negro, Soliműes and Ucayali river systems, and also in the Approuague and Oyapock drainages|
The species has an absolute requirement for vitamin C and develops health problems in its absence.
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