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Old 05-16-2016, 07:47 AM   #1
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Got an eel to eat some lionfish. He kept following me like a puppy.

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Old 05-16-2016, 02:59 PM   #2
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how cool is that!
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Cool video. Maybe he will tell all his eel buddies and they will start picking them off all the wrecks.
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They now have a predator.
He will now do his part to clean up that one spot now that he has the taste
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I hope he didn't get a belly ache!!! Looks like it's be easy pickings fer him without your help....Ya'll doing good on harvesting them jokers but since I am clueless since I don't dive------ Have you noticed when you extinguish them from coop, how thick are they on the next trip??? Does it look like ya'll are fighting a never ending battle or doing some good?
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I hope he didn't get a belly ache!!! Looks like it's be easy pickings fer him without your help....Ya'll doing good on harvesting them jokers but since I am clueless since I don't dive------ Have you noticed when you extinguish them from coop, how thick are they on the next trip??? Does it look like ya'll are fighting a never ending battle or doing some good?
We cleaned some of the same spots during the summer and they are already back to the same numbers...in some cases even more. IMO, they are hear to stay...there is no way to win this fight, but have to keep fighting nonetheless.
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That's a cool vid CS. Thanks
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We cleaned some of the same spots during the summer and they are already back to the same numbers...in some cases even more. IMO, they are hear to stay...there is no way to win this fight, but have to keep fighting nonetheless.

That's crazy! But it's purty cool to go harvest em! Keep up the good work!
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