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قرأت رسايل انتحار قبل كدا؟

قريت كتير جدا لكن وقفت عند واحده معرفتش اسبابه ف الانتحار ايه ..إنسان آخر حاجه عملها قبل ما ينتحر أنه كان شايل هم أمه لو عرفت أنه كان بيكره العالم وانتحر انا كان في بالي الي بينتحر ده بيبقي متخلي عن نفسه وعن الدنيا بالي فيها لحظه انتحاره دي مبيبقاش شايل هم حاجه انا حتى شايفه أن الرساله دي كانت قادره تخليه مينتحرش عشانها وعشان خوفه عليها !
أخبروا أمي بأنني كنت ذاهبا لصيد الأسماك؛ وغرقت هناك. إياكم وإخبارها بأنني كنت أكره العالم الذي كانت تعيش به
Tell my mom that while I was fishing ,I sunk ; and be aware don’t tell her that I hated the world she lived in

Suicide message -رسالة إنتحار

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Stephen King is to Glinda what cricket is to me. She can't get enough of him! What would be your equivalent of cricket. Disclaimer: Only answer if you feel comfortable answering. I feel that should go without saying, but sometimes it's best to reinforce things...

thecasualfanrises’s Profile Photocf loves achilles
For lunch, I grabbed some carryout and parked down by the river. I noticed a coal barge moving along. Just a few steps down from me was someone launching what appeared to be a fishing boat. This caused me to switch to:
Neo, RIVER PIRATE
I ran down to the fishing boat and said to the guy "There is a big leak under the engine of your pickup." When he went to investigate, I pushed the boat off the trailer and hopped in. The skiff was already too far away for the owner to jump in it when he noticed it floating. I managed to get it started (key was in it) and hit the throttle full speed headed upstream. In a few minutes, I reached the tugboat pushing the barge, tied my skiff to the side, and made my way to the navigation bridge. The crew of two were shocked to see me. Boldly, I yelled out:
"I am the River Pirate Neo, scourge of the mighty Ohio river. I'm taking this boat and cargo. If you surrender easily, I won't have to harm you."
Well, they started laughing so hard they passed out due to a lack of oxygen to the brain. I dumped their unconscious bodies in the skiff and set it free. I now have about 100 tons of coal.
@GlindaBells I'm headed your way and will need to unload all of this. Please be ready.
@Applepop do you know of any buyers?

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What do you think about people who seek validation from others and place value on others' opinions?

Perfectly healthy to care for other people's opinion, don't be selfish and egotistical by not caring about anything people say. Seeking validation in itself is not a bad thing either imo, sometimes other people telling you what you're doing is the right thing, is pretty damn convenient. For instance, when you are doing something new.
In a certain way, I'm one of those people. Growing up, I was bullied constantly, and I didn't have any true friends until about 3 years ago. A lot of people still have a negative opinion on me so for the people who do like me, I try to keep it that way. I fear losing friends because I don't want that emptiness that I had in my life for so long. I'm an extremely empathetic person, and after I 'cracked the code' for how normal people operate, I do everything in my power to keep the friendships that I do have.
I need validation from friends at times that they won't leave me and that I'm a close buddy of theirs and whatnot. I need that feeling of security, and I take people's opinions quite seriously in a way as well. I try to be the best person I can be. However, that being said, I am not a follower in all senses. I created clubs, clans, teams, and the lot. I lead projects and whatnot, I just have a fear of angering people. Combination of the need for friendship and the fear of bullying.
It seems to be pretty normal based on my experience and research into the subject. I've always just lived with it, but lately have been asking why I want this validation in light of realizing I care more about the validation itself than the content of said validation. I've always just wanted to know I was doing the right thing and have some course correction in place. Maybe it's related to my need for control. But you're always getting a bias whether you listen to yourself or someone else and it's important to remember that person is flawed, just like we are. I used to really require others validation, now I don’t care much for the compliments. I hate fishing for compliments. I hate it so much when people fish for compliments. I only try to “fix” or just think about their opinion when I want it or when they are upset/think I did something wrong then I will try to talk, but otherwise I don’t really care if someone likes me.

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What is one of your fondest memories of your mom/dad as a child?

My mom worked during the day, and my dad worked nights so they didn't have to pay for daycare. My dad has so many homemade "cooking shows" of 5 year old me pretending to be Julia Child. Including a makeshift chefs hat out of a diaper. We also have a few videos of me pretending to be Tony Little in an infomercial. I was a strange kid. Also, I wouldn't classify this as the most awesome memory, but when I was 7 my dad took me to get my hair cut. I had long, thick, and wavy unmanageable hair. Think of me as a less smart Hermione. Anywho, he decides it'd be a great idea to get straight across bangs. As soon as my mom saw me, she threw up her hands and said to my dad he's stuck styling them. Style them he did. He took a curling iron to them, which he'd never used before and got a little too close to my forehead. I had an awesome burn across my head for like a week. My dad. Back in the 60's when I was about 10, my dad would take me out on Alton Lake on his fishing boat. It wasn't fancy. It had an outboard Johnson motor. He used to let me sit on the bow, straddling the metal "loop" that the rope was connected to and we'd jump the waves after the barges came by. Alton lake is actually the Mississippi River in front of Corps of Engineers' Locks and Dam. This without a life vest. Boy, back when I was a kid there were no seatbelts in cars, helmets on bicycles....surprised that there is so many of us boomers still alive!
My parents rarely ever spoke when I was a kid, and every time they did they were pretty much always arguing. My siblings and I would often wake up at night to my dad throwing things against the walls and floor, and my mom begging and crying. My family was pretty broken, I'd say. We were financially unstable and my dad was never around, used to be off to hang out with friends. Sometimes we'd go for weeks without seeing him.
My mom and I didn't have much when I was growing up. Not being able to afford daycare/sitter, her boss agreed to let me stay behind the counter as she worked the cashier in a gas station. So 6am, she would gather me in blankets and carry me to the car then place me on a makeshift bed by her feet, and work until next shift.
He was/is! I'm not really sure what my mom's deal was. When I joined band in 5th grade, I wanted so badly to play the clarinet, but she made me play the flute because she did, and then pressured me to switch to bassoon because that's what she had done--but she never taught me (or helped me practice) either. & that's awesome about your dad, too! I don't think I've ever heard my dad play anything aside from guitar and harmonica, so we never had a duet, but that would have been a really great experience!
My mom was a piano teacher before I was born, so we had a piano in our house.

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Alguna vez te intentaron o hackearon algo virtual .?

Rocio7547’s Profile PhotoRocío (˘・_・˘)
Si una vez el facebook, andaba lo mas bien boludeando en una pagina que hacia homenaje a un musico ya fallecido, y me salto que tenia que poner mis datos porque se cerro sesion inesperadamente, puse lo mas bien y me salto un cartel que decia que mi facebook fue hackeado con un metodo llamado fishing, despues recupere la cuenta y cambie la contraseña

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what was the last thing you bought for yourself? 🛒🛍

nurbzee’s Profile Photonurulhuda
Almost bought me a bicycle days ago. So... The last thing I bought for myself, believe it or not, was a fishing rod. 🎣
It seems everything that I talked to u about so far have come true. I said I wanted to drive my parents around, I did that. I said I wanted to go fishing, I did that. There's more, but I couldn't think of them right now.

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How did your parents fail in preparing you for adulting?

We had no guidance. We just drifted. It's a miracle that my siblings and I all became successful and stayed out of trouble.
My parents never prepared me for anything. I still don't know how money works. I remember being about 6 or 7 and looking at my father and thinking if that's what it's like to be a father I never want to be one. And looking at my parents and thinking if that's what it's like to be married I never want to do it. I've never been married and I don't have any children.
They taught me how to think for myself. Every question I asked when I was younger, the answer would start out with "well, let's think about it..." and included questions so that I could draw my own conclusion. Because of this, I found that I am much quicker than most to understand people's motives, figure out directions, and make a decision.
Both my parents were overweight and never exercised and they wondered why I (out of three siblings) wound up overweight. They also had my older siblings do soccer but gave up on that when I came around. They also didn't have friends so I had no good examples as far as socializing went. My father never taught me how to shave properly either, just handed me an electric razor that always left my face red. I think I resent the fact my father never did any tradition father-son activities with me such as: fishing, camping, hiking motorcycle riding, car repair, cooking, hunting, etc.
My parents grew up with nothing and life was hard for them. But they tried to provide us with everything and made life as easy and as comfortable for us as possible. It made all of us very lazy and self-indulgent. As the youngest, I snapped out of it early on because I hated my sisters so much while growing up that I strived to be the opposite of them. My sisters are now middle aged but they are still unbelievably lazy and self-indulgent. And they will complain constantly if they have to work a little hard. I do catch myself slipping into old habits now and then but I manage to catch myself most of the time and correct myself.
They do too much for me. I never get a chance to cook because mom's too concerned I'll make a mess or that we'll have a subpar dinner one night and starve or something. Any time I ask for help, they take it as a cue to do the entire task for me rather than answer the question I ask. They give me no incentive to move out because they're scared I'll have to deal with roommates I won't like, or end up living in a bad part of town.
I never had the chance growing up to build that social circle of friends a lot of people had or develop my social skills, I got into the mindset of "Why make friends and get attached? I'm not going to be here very long." And for the most part that was true, we would live in a location for a month to 6 months and move. He worked a lot of temporary jobs and couldn't find enough work back then to get things steady.

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What makes a person rich?

There are limits to the real wealth that any individual can consume… We cannot drive four cars at once, live simultaneously in six homes, take three tours at the same time, or devour 12 roasts of beef at one meal.
So I always ask the question, ‘what would you like to do if money were no object? How would you really enjoy spending your life?’ Well, it’s so amazing as a result of our kind of educational system, crowds of students say well, we’d like to be painters, we’d like to be poets, we’d like to be writers, but as everybody knows you can’t earn any money that way…
Let’s go through with it. What do you want to do? When we finally got down to something, which the individual says he really wants to do, I will say to him, you do that and forget the money, because, if you say that getting the money is the most important thing, you will spend your life completely wasting your time… To structure your existence with an objective of monetary gain is to spend a lifetime chasing an abstraction.
Money is a way of measuring wealth but is not wealth in itself. A chest of gold coins or a fat wallet of bills is of no use whatsoever to a wrecked sailor alone on a raft. He needs real wealth, in the form of a fishing rod, a compass, an outboard motor with gas, and a female companion.
What wasn’t understood then, and still isn’t really understood today, is that the reality of money is of the same type as the reality of centimeters, grams, hours, or lines of longitude. Money is a way of measuring wealth but is not wealth in itself.

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If a foreign country (let’s say portugal) was fishing in Canadian waters and refused to stop, would you support Canada using the military to stop them? Would you join the armed forces in such a situation if asked?

I don't support any kind of military action for any kind of situation. With that said, if a country was willing to do such a thing, they're not the brightest. They should know it's a violation of International borders and wouldn't be taken lightly by anyone.

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would you rather vacation in hawaii or alaska? why?

I would rather go to Alaska just because that didn't dream of mine I never really wanted to go to Hawaii but if I was offered a free trip to go I would but if I had the choice in between the two I would go to Alaska because there's more untouched land it's beautiful it's cheaper it's more like me and I love hunting I would go up there and did some of that I would check out the native folks and learn how they do what they do up there and learn lots of stuff from them and I just really want to go up there because I think Alaska personally is really beautiful and its place that I have always wanted to go too. 4 years good fishing also. I would also love to learn as much history as I can about the state and the area. They also have beaches and stuff as well. I just think it would be really different and I would love the experience. And I think I would like it more than Hawaii.

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How well do you know the area where you live? Like if you know what fun things there are to do, the area's history etc. You think you'd make for a good guide if you were to show someone around? 🗺🏡

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Very very well. My city is 600 sq miles so it has basically many city size areas within it. I have worked many jobs in many areas and even done some gig work all over plus I love stay cations so I feel like I could be a city guide. I've lived in the Chicago area since I was 6 years old (1984), and I know it pretty well.
I've lived here for quite some time and I am sure I could show someone around.
I would be an outstanding guide.
Extremely well. I know of routes that go through even the Indian reservations that most refuse to go to.
I've lived in Denver 44 years. I lost interest in it about 40 years ago, I rarely leave my neighborhood.
I've been living this area for 27 years, and a few months ago I found myself in a road that I didn't even know existed 🥴
Really well. I think I know my whole state better than most. I know where the designer mall is, the Mercedes dealer and have a list of 4 and 5 star restaurants near by. Come spend a day with me we'll have so much fun. Yeah this is kinda my thing and I love finding neat places and showing them to people.
I know all the good fishing spots. Let's see, I have 3 different homes in 3 different countries 😂
But where I'm at rn.
There's the woods, some wolves, they're nice (I think), over there's a subway station, a week ago two where shot there, and then if you go in that direction there's a mall with nothing in it, and the other way there's houses, did I mention the wolves?

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Has anyone ever accidentally seen you naked?

Yep 😊 one day I was fly fishing in a very remote stream, I hooked a beauty but it snagged so the only way to get it and my fly back was to strip off and dive down to release it, after standing back up naked I reeled the fish in and released it. To my shock I heard clapping and on the other bank there was two female artists watching me clapping and eventually cheering 🤣

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What’s your preferred way to travel? By walking, biking, car, boat, plane?

mtaubs_fitness’s Profile PhotoMichael Taub
I love the outdoors.....boating, fishing, hiking, ATV trail riding, and seeing nature. I have seen deer, bear, and an animal the department of wildlife says does not exist.....A black panther....And I knew no one would believe me....until trail cameras started getting pictures of it....and vehicles seeing it cross the road.

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What are some activities you enjoy doing?

belsammael’s Profile PhotoMark
Playing video games, magnet fishing, geocaching, going out with my fiancé and our friends, traveling, etc.
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Did that anon ever get back to you on why you were supposedly a hypocrite?

No, they didn’t! I think it was because I answered a question on how I wasn’t able to see any special qualities in myself? Perhaps they thought it was faux modesty or fishing for compliments, perhaps. That wasn’t the intention nor was it the truth, but if they thought that, then I can understand their perspective :)

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what do you like to watch the most?

Just my regular YouTube videos. Which is a mixture of everything really. Magnet fishing, soap making, toys, etc.
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is cat fishing an ex a good idea to see if they would have cheated?

No, cat fishing is just a stupid idea in general. What happens if they DO actually fall for your fake persona and then find out it doesn’t really exist? I happen. If you want to find out the truth about an ex of yours, do it as the person you are. Don’t mess with their feelings just because they maybe cheated on you or because you’re not over it. Your best way is to find out as yourself or not at all.

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What do you consider the simple pleasures in life?

Appreciating good mental and physical health. Not too long ago, I made the decision to change my life and address my addiction issues. I went through MONTHS of excruciating drug withdrawal in a desperate attempt to rescue myself from a path that I'm sure would have ultimately lead to my own self-destruction. My body took a long time to even begin to recover. I couldn't eat, I couldn't sleep, but worst of all I truly thought I had lost my sanity and my ability to enjoy life. Sitting in the old canoe on a windless afternoon with a fishing rod in hand, not a worry in sight. Feeling the sun kissing my weathered face with warmth and love, Hearing the slow trickle of moths and dragonflies as they nuzzle the waters edge. The smell of willow, blueberries and labrador tea from the shore, enticing me. Suddenly, there is a twitch in the float, and with my heart pounding I pull up a majestic perch from the depths. With a swift and merciful blow to the head, I end its life, and then sit there with this beautiful, mysterious creature in hand; thanking it for the gift of food and asking it for forgiveness and understanding. The boggy smell of the fish in my palms as I row back to shore to get a small fire going; the incense-like smoke of spruce and alder permeating the little meadow. A jay sings from a nearby branch; curious and care-free. I cook my dinner over the embers on a simple stick, before I revel in the taste of nature itself; feeling the joy of being alive and self-sufficient... at least for this weekend. The sun soon reaches the tips of the trees, the golden rays painting a still portrait of peaceful solitude on the little mirrorlike lake. The slight scent of pine and heather. The silence.
Birdwatching. A cold beer on a hot day. Getting into the woods and lounging in the hammock. Fishing with my old man. A good book in a coffee shop when I have nothing pressing for the rest of the day.
Grappling. In particular Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. There's a familial camaraderie in the gym. Everyone helps each other learn and goes out of their way to ensure their partner's safety despite the focus being on pinning each other down and executing chokes, arm locks and leg locks. I'm an only child, but I imagine it is similar to what having a playfight with a brother would feel like, except you are both old enough and wise enough to keep it competitive and safe without anyone running off to mum crying. The sport also has this wonderful problem solving aspect. It is often referred to as human chess due to the tactical nature of the moves. It fascinates me and at the end of the day it is just two people rolling around on the ground in the most platonic way possible. Give it a go sometime.

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Have you ever given up something for the sake of your physical/mental health? If so, what was it? And did giving it up help?

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So many things! People, social media for periods of time, metal fishing, certain YouTubers because their videos triggered me in some way, etc.
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How much experience do you have with being on boats? Do you easily get seasick? 🤢⛵

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I've fished many times with my dad. I've fished a few times with my husband. I went on a salmon fishing cruise once. I don't get seasick, but there was a time-- when I was about 11-- when my dad and I went overboard in a river. It was a small river, but at the time it was swollen with the spring melt, so it had a very strong current. After that it was a few years before I was able to comfortably boat again.

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How often do you go to a hairdresser?

I think it was three or four months ago I took matters into my own hands literally. I had long hair and a beard then. But as we were in another lockdown, and all the hair salons and barber shop were closed or they went out of business, I cut everything off myself.
Clippers out. Kitchen shears out. Hand held camping mirror out. Five blade razor and shaving cream out. The first time was messy. There was even a little bloodletting! But now I have a routine in place and my head and face are as smooth as a baby’s bottom.
My barber is in his late 70’s and a very good friend. But I didn’t want to see him still working through this pandemic and having strangers coming into his shop in who knows what kind of medical state. So I told him to put out his Gone Fishing sign.

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How bad is it to humblebrag?

dodoBluz’s Profile Photoᚷᛁᚾᚾᚢᛜᚨᚷᚨᛈ
Is that like fishing for compliments? Like where you say something negative so people say nice stuff?
I don’t think it’s bad, I think it can be kind of annoying when it’s done for the sole purpose of getting compliments and people do it constantly. If it’s just here and there, I’m not bothered. Everyone needs a pick me up sometimes. But I know people who do that in every conversation and I honestly just don’t correct them.
Like I had a friend who would brag about being thin and then admitted she liked calling herself fat because people would tell her how pretty she was, and then she’d still be like “ugh I’m so fat” to me and I’d just sort of stare and go back to what I was doing lol like if ya want me to tell me you’re pretty, just ask if I think you’re pretty😂

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On a scale of 0-10, how handsome do I look? Rate me out of 10 😍🔥 by choosing only one Answer: A-10, B-A, C-B, D-Overall.STAIF 😏

pothrepandit’s Profile PhotoPOTHRE HOMESWARA PANDIT
Fishing for compliments isn't attractive, let's leave it at that.
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On a scale of 010 how handsome do I look Rate me out of 10  by choosing only one

what’s your favourite part about your hometown/neighbourhood? 🏘🏡🌼✨

nurbzee’s Profile Photonurulhuda
I live in a very beautiful rural area, with woods, fields, lakes and rivers. The nearest towns are small-- with a main street you could easily walk from end-to-end. We have the traditional annual events with parades, craft fairs, demolition derbies and where hometown queens are crowned. In the winter we have ice fishing contests, water-skipping and hot air balloon events. It's the kind of area where you can be as familiar or as private from your neighbors as you want to be.

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Tell me about Sea of Thieves, I dont know much about it 😊

ass4lyfe’s Profile PhotoLady Boometh
Sea of Thieves is a game where all your Pirates of the Carribean-esque fantasies can come true! 🏴‍☠️ There are so many things you can do, like fishing, battling a kraken, plunder ancient vaults and much more! All that while dealing with other enemy players who are most of the time after the booty you've collected so you often find yourself in very intense ship battles! ⛵ It's a game which is most fun to play if you have a group of friends who regularly play it, I didn't feel that great of an urge to play it before joining @tryingtohelpyou and her crew 😊 Sure, it can be fun to sail on your own, especially if you've managed to get a companion like my trusty parrot Knut who you can see on the pic below 🥰 You'll often be outmatched though by larger groups of players who pilot larger ships 😅 It can be quite a grind sometime as well, which is also a great reason to why it's a lot more fun to go through when you have a crew. This dince it usually goes quicker when you cooperate and you have someone to share your voyage with 😄

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Tell me about Sea of Thieves I dont know much about it

Would you want to own an aquarium? If you had an unlimited budget, what kind of animals would you want to have in it? 🐚🐠🐡Would said aquarium be based on a certain biome or have any themed decorations inside of it? 🏝🗽🗼

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My local water department has an aquarium with all of the species of fish from Finding Nemo in it. It’s pretty, but it made me feel a bit sad knowing that someone plucked those tropical fish out of their natural environment and sold them to a life of living in a small tank.
I’m ok with fishing and hunting for the purpose of consumption (it’s what my family does for a living), but not really for sport or aesthetics. I do feel that education is important, so I still accept that organizations such as my local sea labs and zoos exist to care for animals who would not otherwise adapt in the wild at this stage of their lives. But I don’t personally want to own such things myself, as it would be pointlessly cruel.

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Hi👋 Pls write your answer in order: 1. Name the 1st animal you could think of. 2. If the 1st animal doesn't exist, what's the next one you can think of? 3. If the 2nd animal doesn't exist, which animal can you think of? I'll explain later. If you don't want to participate, pls just delete. Thanks.

akciMMicka’s Profile Photo⚜ M i c k a ⚜
1. Salmo Trutta Ferox
2. Homo Sapiens
3. Homo Heidelberensis
Ferox: The Aquatic Wolf from the Ice Age
The Ferox Trout was already ennobled in 1835 by Scottish zoologists with the Latin title ferox (having the appearance of a wild animal). Similarly early on, this fish also earned its remarkable reputation among anglers. Charles St John(1809-1856) respectfully recalls one particular day of ferox fishing: “I was crossing Loch Ness alone one evening with my rod at the stern of the boat, with my trolling-tackle on it trailing behind. Suddenly a large trout seized it, and before I could do anything but take hold of my rod he had run out eighty yards of line and bent my stiff trolling rod like a willow.” St John lost the fish. But the latter could not have made a better contribution to the reputation of its kind. Anyone who travels through Scotland today and goes there for fly fishing will soon learn something about this fabulous fish. To read the adventurous story that connects us personally to this trout species, check out “About The Logo”.
Ferox and Conservation
When in 1985 a Scottish whiskey distillery invited several anglers to a one-week fishing expedition, no legendary fish was captured, but the stories of a historic whiskey were consumed and ,above all, the “Ferox 85 Group” was founded. To this day, the “Ferox 85 Group” serves as an association of fish biologists who champion the protection and study of especially the Ferox Trout. Since this fish has been on a red list of endangered species since 2008, it should not be specifically targeted except for conservation-oriented research. If, however, by some incredibly great coincidence a Ferox Trout catches your fly, gently return it to the water. Even if your gut feeling in the face of this great catch tells you otherwise, skip the whole photo act because it only wastes precious time. May this special fish still swim the deep, dark waters for a long time to come!
If you would like to get into the subject in depth, check out this very recommendable introduction and further links:
http://www.wildtrout.org/content/ferox-trout

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Hi Pls write your answer in order 1 Name the 1st animal you could think of 2 If
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it baffles me how drama, gossip, overreacting and superficiality are always associated with females when, in fact, the most drama loving, gossip fishing ppl ive met were guys lol

oh my god - the person who causes, hands down, the most drama at the rink is a guy and he is ... absolutely terrible. like i just want to introduce anyone who thinks its not men to this guy lmao

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Have you ever… 1. Seen a cow in rl? 2. Seen the sunrise? 3. Seen the sunset? 4. Looked at the stars? 5. Saw a solar eclipse? 6. Saw snow in rl? 7. Traveled more than 50 miles/80 km from home? 8. Traveled outside of your state? 9. Been fishing? 10. Been knocked over by a wave?

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1) I have seen a cow in real life! I've seen one at the county fair lots of times. Baby cows are the best.
2) I have seen the Sunrise. I saw it in Orlando when I was visting my aunt and uncle who lived there. They live in Tennessee now.
3) I have seen the Sunset. It's beautiful and one of the many pleassures I enjoy on Earth.
4) I have looked at the stars. It's one of my fav places to just reflect on life, relax, and think about things that happened during the day.
5) I have not seen a solar eclipse. But i wish.😩😩
6) I have seen the snow in real life. I love how it glitters in the sunlight.
7) I have traveled more than 50 miles from my house. I went to London, England with my family in 2010.
8) I have traveled outside of my state. See answer seven!
9) I've done fishing before at camp.
10) I have been knocked over by w wave. It was not fun.

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