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Information on fish tank test kits. If you want to be successful in the tropical fish hobby (freshwater or saltwater) then you'll need to know how to test your tank water. There are many chemical tests that you can run on your tank including: Ammonia, Nitrite, Nitrate, Salinity/Specific Gravity, pH, Carbonate Water Hardness, Alkalinity,Chlorine and Chloramine, Copper, Phosphate, Dissolved Oxygen, Iron, Carbon Dioxide and others.
Chesapeake Bay fishing offers Virginia anglers unmatched summer saltwater action. Here’s how to get in on the fun. By Charlie Coates…
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These are some of the more common saltwater tropical fish and provides information on how to care for saltwater aquarium fish. ,,, Cardinal Fish,,,, Dragonet, Eel,, Grammas and Basslets,, Jawfish,, Pufferfish,, Seabass,,,, and Trigger fish. Learn how to Saltwater Fish at Intercoastal Safaris Fishing School
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7. Learn how to spot fish. Beachfront locations with holes, pockets and reefs are often the best places to go for saltwater fishing. Channels that lead to deeper water are also a good place to look. Keep your eyes open for feeding fish in hot spots. Circling gulls and birds are also an excellent indicator of where fish may be.
An anemone that can become a pest in the saltwater aquarium. Learn how to control and eliminate this anemone from your tank before it does damage to your saltwater fish tank inhabitants.
This is for those of you that are experiencing algae problems in your saltwater aquarium. Why is it happening, how to prevent it, what you need to test for and how to rid your fish tank of it.

Learn saltwater fishing from the fisherman who in a single year was named both "Angler of the Year" and the "Release Angler of the Year." In this instructional DVD, Dr. Jim covers the different rods and reels, how to use different types of line, hooks and sinkers along with the techniques for boat, shore, surf and pier fishing. need to be strong and able to withstand the saltwater's corrosive effects. The best choice of reel for beginners is one that makes casting the line easy. Spinning reels are recommended for saltwater fishing as they are able to cast a long way and are not affected by the wind. They are quite heavy, however, and the line can become tangled easily. A spinning reel for saltwater fishing needs to hold 100 yards of line. The spool of the reel is the part that holds the line. The best spools for saltwater fishing are those that are made from aluminum as the line does not dig into the spool, and this stops the free movement of the line, especially when trying to catch large fish. Most fishing reels come complete with a fishing line attached, although extra lines can be purchased.AKA: Silver salmonDistinguishing Markings:Smaller than Chinook. Two dorsal fins including one adipose fin, inside of mouth black and gums between teeth gray, small spots on upper tail, 13-15 rays in anal fin. Size: Commonly 4 to 10 pounds, but up to more than 20 pounds Distribution:Endemic to the Pacific Ocean and the rivers flowing into it Point Hope, Alaska south to Monterey Bay, California. Transplanted into the Great Lakes and into freshwater lakes in Alaska and along the U.S. Pacific coast as well as into Maine, Maryland, and Louisiana in the east, Alberta in Canada, Argentina, and Chile. Habitat:Cohoes are anadromous, spending part of their life in fresh water and part in saltwater Food Preference:Baitfish, squid Spawning:Adult salmon return to their native streams to spawn and always die after completing their spawning runs. Coho spawning runs up tributary rivers occur from early September to early October. Females excavate a nest in a tributary stream’s gravel bed. Both adults die soon after spawning. The next spring the eggs hatch and the young remain in the gravel for 2-3 weeks. When they emerge (March to July), some migrate downriver almost immediately. Most, however, wait a year or longer before seeking deeper waters. Fishing Tips:Relative abundance and unpredictable fighting style make them a favorite. Use the same baits, lures and techniques that take chinook, but silvers are usually found near the surface, in the top 30 feet of water. Fish them in freshwater when the adults return to home streams to spawn. Use flashy spinners, wobbling spoons, diving plugs and fresh roe sacks. See Also: