My boat cant catch fish

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Frosty, Aug 19, 2006.

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  1. westlawn5554X
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    Fish poison from bark

    I think river fish can be drug from the bark of certain tree, my friend like the fish as the bark is free.
     
  2. SamSam
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    Next time your boat is out, paint little fish all over the bottom. Big fish will think it is a herd of food and come investigate. Sam
     
  3. Frosty

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    A load of fish is not called a 'herd'--its called a 'flock' and yes that is the best Idea so far.
     
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  5. Deeman
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    I'm with Marshmat. I think fish prefer the rumble of diesel over the bark of a gas engine. And the bigger the engine and boat the more ya catch. Pretty simple, don't ask how the fish know this...
    Eric H (mercruiser powered, no fish)
     
  6. westlawn5554X
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    wrong

    Flock is for sheep and goats..... fishes come in group.
     
  7. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    A group of groupers?
     
  8. gerard baladi
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    Flock, Herd, Group...... I always thought that it was called a "school" of fish.

    Don't blame the boat. Learn what tackle , bait and time to fish works.
     
  9. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    How does a fish 'school' How does it know what it looks like. There are other schools of fish too but they never get mixed up. I mean they dont look in a mirror and know what they look like do they? How can they say to themself 'Oh I am one of them, I must stick with this lot here?"

    I just dont get fish at all!!!

    And another thing, How come they dont need antifouling.
     
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    School of fish wear uniform to distinguish from one another. I think.
    Thats why they have Latin name could be the proof.:)
     
  11. Poida
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    C'mon Gerard fish going to school. Next you'll be telling us they get college degrees.
     
  12. djwkd
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    WRONG wrong wrong.your all wrong its a SCHOOL OF FISH.
     
  13. djwkd
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    yes,it is a school of fish,cant remember what a shoal is,can you?
     
  14. hansp77
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    of course they get degrees!
    at least I assume so.
    They tell me this is a doctor fish...
    how else do you become a doctor?
    [​IMG]
     

  15. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    Yes it is a shoal of fish or fishes (plural)- A shoal is more than one fish, fishes and when theres many of them then its a group (a group being a **** load) it is,-- or they are 'schooling'. Schooling is when they wont seperate-- like when you chuck a big stone at them they always re group.

    I just dont get fish they do my brain in.
     
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