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Tune in as the PointClickFish.com Team talks with the 2015 Miami Sportfishing Tournament winners the Eren's Addiction Too Fishing Team. The team of Gil Strelic, Matt Lester, Chris Yob, Eren and Jack Bracewell took home an impresssive $39,350. We will talk with them about the event and the impressive win. The event took place April 23rd - April 25th at the Miami Beach Marina.
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Guest Captain Mark Henderson - Liquid Fire Fishing Team
Carolina Redfish Series Update
Get Hooked Fishing School
Southern Kingfish Association press release ... Morehead City, NC 2015 SKA Nationals
PCF Live Tournamnet Schdule
Ray Owczarzak, Ken McKeighen, and Mary Fetters will discuss their favorite saltwater creatures. Some animals are so ugly that they are cute, others are downright ugly. Some animals are so breathtakingly beautiful that you cannot believe they are real. We will discuss our our favorites of both categories. Join us for a fun filled hour of fish facts and join in on the fun via our chat room or call in.
Saltwater with Russell Sakay! We will be talking on invertebrates, volume displacement, corals plus much more! Russell is quite solid on his information! So, what are you waithing for, click that listen button and call in live at 1-347-677-1837 to ask any questions you may have. Russell will not stir you wrong on quality information. So, come hear some do's and don'ts here on The Salty Dawgs live pod cast. Come join William T and Russell Sakay talk Saltwater. Don't forget to call in!
Russell Sakay from Maryland returns to The Euphoric network to host his very own show. The name of the podcast is Late Night Salt Asylum. Russell knows his business and he actually has his own company business where he maintains saltwater systems for clients. So, Russ does know saltwater. Russell a wild and crazy guy will remove his straight jacket for shows here on the Euphoric Network. I am proud and honored to have Russell as a part of the Euphoric Network. Call in live at 1-347-677-1837 and ask your questions. By the way Russell Sakay has been doing saltwater for 15 years. In this episode he will speak on sea tanks versus ocean tanks.
In this very first episode of a new saltwater systems and more podcast called Midnight Salt Asylum I will will be introducing my new show. I will discuss what the show will be about as time goes forward!
This isn’t your ordinary aquatic radio show. I get down to the bottom of the substrate to find the very truth to not only a particular species and its care, but the equipment and chemicals needed for that care. I don’t tip toe around the subjects and I tend to search for the truth never stopping until it surfaces.
A little about myself. I was a research writer and a chemist/biologist in college for about 4 years. I was intending to become a Psychologist but had my heart set on the aquatic world, which knew. I figured away to merge Psychology and aquatics as one interesting weekly talk segment.
I will dive into the mind and biological aspects of the Ocean World within your tank.
There is no topic I will not cover.
Close your eyes and dive deep into your subconscious will I unwind the mysteries of the Salty Mania.
The ornately colored sea anemone (uh-NEM-uh-nee) is named after the equally flashy terrestrial anemone flower. A close relative of coral and jellyfish, anemones are stinging polyps that spend most of their time attached to rocks on the sea bottom or on coral reefs waiting for fish to pass close enough to get ensnared in their venom-filled tentacles.
Their bodies are composed of an adhesive pedal disc, or foot, a cylindrical body, and an array of tentacles surrounding a central mouth. The tentacles are triggered by the slightest touch, firing a harpoon-like filament into their victim and injecting a paralyzing neurotoxin. The helpless prey is then guided into the mouth by the tentacles.
There are more than 1,000 sea anemone species found throughout the world’s oceans at various depths, although the largest and most varied occur in coastal tropical waters. They run the full spectrum of colors and can be as small as half an inch (1.25 centimeters) or as large as 6 feet (1.8 meters) across.
Join the PointClickFish.com as we get ready for the North Carolina Aquarium Get Hooked Fishing School! Also updates from the Bassmaster Classic, new sponsors, Carolina Redfish Series news, and live event updates.
Get ready for spring angling — sign up for Get Hooked Fishing School! The day-long course is packed with presentations from the pros on many topics and types of fishing. The day is filled with activity from registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. to the final wrap-up at 4:30 p.m. Participants enjoy up to five instructional sessions, a catered lunch, drawings for fishing gear and fishing giveaways. Agencies and businesses of interest to fishermen and boaters will be on hand also.
See the full Get Hooked schedule - http://www.ncaquariums.com/archives/8768. All sessions are at the Aquarium. Advance registration is required and space is limited so sign up early. Registration is $60; for Aquarium Society members, $54 – register online. Call 252-247-4003, ext. 257, for more information.
WE ARE COMING!!! First show of the year is Tuesday January the 6th, at 7:00 P.M. (19:00) with Dan Hayes and Jon Askew with captain CaptJim Ashley. Talking about owning a boat Endorfin Sportfishing and the things you have to go through to get a big sport fishing boat ready to fish the fishing grounds. We hope to get a report of some Bluefin from Captain Jim. We will have a 30 to 45 min show, so come hear us on the BlogTalkRadio network or visit our page on Facebook at Ihookradio or hopefully our website will be completed by then at www.ihookradio.net. my co host Jon Worthington knows a lot about owning a boat maybe he can step in and ask some important questions... Tight Lines (William)