July 21, 2015

Long-Nose Gar

In lake spring and early summer their adhesive, and poisonous, eggs cling to stalks of grass. Within weeks, they can reach a foot long. Most anglers use a nylon rope lure. Always spot your prey first before casting within 6 inches of the predator's eye.

Source: Northern Ontario Travel
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