He broke surface and dropped a ten pound rock cod into the canoe, the line and hook intact, the latter still fast in the fish's mouth.
He pulled it in rapidly, hand under hand, and landed a big gasping rock cod in the bottom of the canoe.
An' we used to go out on the Rock Wall an' catch pogies an' rock cod
. One day--the day of the eclipse--Cal caught a perch half as big as a door.
Fishing close down the pier sides with crab and mussel baits is a good tactic to pick up a few nice red rock cod
as well as the usual coalfish and odd pollack or pouting.
He loved fishing, and I remember when he caught a large Rock Cod
that he kept in the hospital morgue, as it was the only refrigerated room in the hospital.
When the Amphiprion percula reached adulthood, they were given a choice between a water stream containing the odour of common predators like the rock cod
or a stream lacking predatory odours.
He's a local celebrity, catering for 1,000 customers a day on summer weekends at this out-of-the-way restaurant with local petrale sole, sand dabs, rock cod
and king salmon.
He's a local celebrity catering for 1,000 customers a day on summer weekends at this out-of-the-way restaurant with local petrale sole, sand dabs, rock cod
and king salmon.
On a pier, jutting half a mile out to sea, fishermen catch rock cod
and ling, and hope for halibut.
In the 1960s, fisherman began trawling around the sub-Antarctic islands, mostly for Notothenia rossi (the marbled rock cod
) and some species of Icefish.
Around the world there is evidence that numerous types of fish, such as northern cod, North Sea mackerel, the marbled rock cod
of Antartica and, to a great extent, the west Atlantic's bluefin tuna, have been fished out--like the great whales before them--and are not recovering.
I would also recommend the enchanting island of Silhouette, where there are no roads or cars, only long beaches and clear waters where you can snorkel among parrot fish and peacock rock cod