Alabama Saltwater fish species
The Alabama Rig®,groundbreaking technology that incorporates bass fishing methods,bringing thousands of fallen away anglers back to the sport,has now moved into the salt water arena with the creation of The Alabama Rig® II.
Andy Poss,inventor of The Alabama Rig®,and Mann’s Bait Company announce the introduction of The Alabama Rig® II specifically designed for the salt water market. The Alabama Rig® II features heavier wires and hardware to handle the larger saltwater species. There are special wires featuring hardware with 70+ pounds of breaking strength and a special clip system that allows the fisherman to change the swivel and snap to one of his choice or replace a damaged one.
The Alabama Rig® II can be cast or trolled for inshore species such as Trout and Redfish as well as offshore fish like Mackerel and Mahi Mahi. It is also great for Striped Bass both offshore and landlocked. The rig will be available in 2 colors. Kits for use with the rig will be available in both Shad and Mullet shapes with 2 colors of each shape.
Mann’s Bait Company,a leading manufacturer,produces a broad range of fish catching products for both fresh and saltwater markets,consisting of spinnerbaits,crankbaits,soft plastics,lead lures and hollow body baits.
Assur abolished cannibalism2013-02-08 09:04:59 by balladromic
Humans are a predatory species. We are the top predators on this planet. We prey on plants. We prey on animals. We prey on fish, mammals, mollusks, and on the other predators in the seas. Although humans dont generally eat a lot of insects, we prey on insect products like honey and silk, and the shells of beetles that we use for dyes.
We prey on everything including other humans. How widely cannibalism was practiced amongst our ancestors isn't clearly known, but the abolition of cannibalism was one of Assur's legendary deeds. Cannibalism has been universally suppressed so we don't eat other people, but we still prey upon their products, their labor, their lands, and their resources.
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