THE new Angler’s Mail print magazine is out now, loaded with exclusive material that will brighten up your angling week. It expenses just PS1. 99 and is loaded with essential content.

Carp fishing ace Colin Davidson exposes his TOP 10 GREATEST TIPS, the lessons he wishes he was taught several years ago. Learn from his experience and your carp angling will become less complicated and much more successful. News tales you must read this week 😛 TAGEND Phil Smithas incredible barbel record Astonishing narrative of angler […]

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‘It’s a catastrophe’: low-income workers get priced out of California beach city

Rapidly rising rents, exacerbated by the tech boom and short-term rentals, have induced it impossible for many working-class Americans to remain in Santa Cruz At first, Jamie Kahn tried dismissing the repeated knocks on her front door. It was September 2015, and the 52 -year-old Santa Cruz woman had recently faced an unexpected 40% rent […]

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Feds expect more Atlantic tropical storms than last three years | Fox News

MIAMI- U.S. government forecasters expect a near-normal Atlantic hurricane season, after three comparatively slow years. But they also say climate conditions that influence storm growth are making it difficult to predict how many hurricanes and tropical storms will arise over the next six months. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s outlook Friday called for a […]

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MONSTER DIY FISH CAGE! Saving my GIANT FISH Pets from Hurricane Irma

I Save my Giant Pets from Hurricane Irma with help from my beautiful Girl by building a MONSTER DIY Homemade FISH CAGE! MY SECOND CHANNEL IS CATCH_EM_ALL_LIVE: https://youtu.be/3mQBbF4v-ms Check out my Instagram @Catch_em_all_fishing: https://www.instagram.com/catch_em_all_fishing/?hl=en $5 OFF LUCKY TACKLYBOX WITH THIS LINK: http://luckytacklebox.refr.cc/catchemallfishing

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Octopuses And Squid Around The World Are Enjoying A Boom

As we continue to change the worlds oceans and alter marine habitats, cephalopods are booming. Numbers of octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish have been consistently on the rise over the last six decades, according to new findings published in Current Biology this week. Cephalopods boast a unique define of traits that allow them to adapt speedily […]

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