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This week Mark chats with Ian Watson
Ian Watson is an author, trainer and consultant who has worked in the field of natural health and personal transformation since 1988. He has written four books and many published articles, created numerous audio programmes and travelled extensively giving seminars, courses and retreats around the world.
Ian became widely known as a speaker and writer in homeopathy, which he taught and practised until 2003. He has also studied and practiced a wide range of techniques for emotional and psychological well-being, always seeking out the simplest and most effective methods he could find.
Ian’s work is now based exclusively on the understanding of mind, thought and consciousness, uncovered by the late Sydney Banks. Learning the principles has proven to be the ‘missing link’, pulling together all of the threads that Ian has explored during the past three decades.
Ian has completed an intensive Three Principles Trainer’s Training programme with Cathy Casey and Dr Mark Howard, and founded The Insight Space in 2013 as a vehicle for his own principle-based training programmes and seminars.
Ian has taught the principles to many groups in the UK and Ireland, and also in Croatia, Canada, Egypt, Finland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and the Czech Republic. He also works as a consultant trainer for a multi-national company.
Our Guests Scott Kulp (tournament angler) and Darrin Schaap (from clearH2O tackle and tournament angler) as we talk about where you can get information about a lake, and how reliable or unreliable it can be. Scott Kulp is my go to guy to get information about the local lakes that I fish. He is good at breaking down the choices that I have to choose from to try to put bass is my boat come tournament time.
Darrin Schaap runs the Clear H2O tackle store over by Juno lake in southern Michigan. He is a great angler himself and with give you the straight shot as to what is biting in the lakes you are fishing. He runs a great tackle store, and will stick the store with the lures and colors you need and will stick what you ask for.
We will talk about where you can get the information from to help you target fish and whose information you can trust. It's all about learning and improving your game.
On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Saturday host fish keeper James Cardinale will be discussing the Peacock Bass. Peacock bass are loved by many people, and they are quite popular in the fish keeping hobby. Peacock bass come from South America and are a great game fish, but are also kept in the Aquarium hobby.
James will discuss how to care for the peacock bass in the home aquaria, he will also discuss the various kinds of peacock bass and much more!
You can call in LIVE at 347-989-8142 dial 1 to discuss peacock bass!
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There are statistics from the island of Crete that speak of men working into their 90’s! This is fascinating and due in large part to their great diet of locally sourced fishes, red wine, garlic and olive oil. Fish is a powerhouse at a relatively low cost in terms of cholesterol and saturated fats. Not to mention in a survival situation there really is no comparable food that will give you the protein for as minimal an amount of work.
Aqua Alex will be discussing the good and bad of Craigslist on this show for fish keepers. Let's face it most of us fish keepers use Craigslist to either buy sell or trade fish, fish tanks, or fish equipment. But we all need to know the good and bad of craigslist. Craigslist is a good website to save money on things but at what cost?
Aqua Alex will discuss things to know about Craigslist when it comes to fish keeping, the good and bad of buying fish tanks, fish and more!!!!
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In this installment of Aqutics Euphoris we will attempt to give a complete run down of the fish African Butterfly fish. We will discuss this beautiful fish in such a way that you will totally understand what this fish is from where it comes to how to breed. Now, this fish is not recommended the beginner fish hobbyist. However, if you feel brave and confident after listening to this show then by all means get one. You call call in live at 1-347-677-1837.
Wednesday September 10th at 9pm est, 8pm cst and 6pm pdt, we are excited to be resume our monster fish series and we will be discussing some monster catfish ! Some catfish are rare and endangered, such as the Mekong giant catfish ! The world’s largest scaleless freshwater fish lives a tenuous existence in the murky brown waters of Southeast Asia’s Mekong River. Capable of reaching an almost mythical 10 feet (3 meters) in length and 650 pounds (295 kilograms), Mekong giant catfish live mainly in the lower half of the Mekong River system, in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.
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