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Thread: Snakehead

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    Default Snakehead

    Has anyone ever caught a snakehead out of Silverwood?
    Read a report that said one was caught in 1997 have not heard of any caught myself.

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    I've heard of 'em being caught, but it's usually out of some local pond where some imbecile 'aquarist' dumps their now-too-big-for-their-tank Snakehead.

    I've caught a silver Arowana once outta Echo Park. it was like a baby tarpon.

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    Snakeheads are a tropical fish; it gets cold at the wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theos View Post
    Snakeheads are a tropical fish; it gets cold at the wood.
    Per the link, a Snakehead was discovered in Silverwood in the late 90s.

    And, "some species can tolerate a wide range of temperatures, including freezing conditions." Maybe that's why they are becoming more present in the Northeast, I guess.

    https://www.heraldmailmedia.com/stor...c/65371129007/

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