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Noun1.mid-water - the water that is well below the surface but also well above the bottommid-water - the water that is well below the surface but also well above the bottom; "many marine fishes inhabit the mid-waters"
body of water, water - the part of the earth's surface covered with water (such as a river or lake or ocean); "they invaded our territorial waters"; "they were sitting by the water's edge"
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Mostly the trout have been taking mid-water so Buzzers, Bloodworm and nymph patterns have caught the most trout.
taken-by=coltonlhaynes) posted a video of the mid-water routine to Instagram, along with the caption, "Post Halloween dance of shame 'Mi Gente' @jbalvin & @beyonce.
The combined company will have a fleet of 63 rigs, comprised of ultra-deepwater drillships, versatile deep- and mid-water semisubmersibles and shallow-water jackups, along with a diverse customer base of 27 national oil companies, supermajors and independents.
Upon closing, Transocean will add four high specification harsh environment floaters, in addition to three legacy mid-water harsh environment rigs.
I thought it would be really hard to lift it off the bottom but the real fight was when it was in mid-water.
Amberjack tend to key in on larger, faster moving baits like hard tails mid-water and up, while grouper love croakers on the bottom.
Fishing tight into the margins is producing quality fish, while in contrast casting out mid-water and feeding pellets over the top is also a productive method.
The company said utilisation rates fell for its ultra-deepwater, deepwater and mid-water floaters, which contributed about 94 percent of revenue during the quarter ended December 31.
About 65 species of waterfowl have been recorded in the lake and according to mid-water waterfowl census held in 1987-88, the numbers of birds were recorded around 205,000.
They normally lie on the bottom, but seek the level where they are most comfortable, which could be mid-water.

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