One fish, two fish

Tasmania is awful.

I know 'cus the Dog says so…

I’m going to suggest that’s a no on the coracle idea. :slight_smile:

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Shit, I live in Arizona. Here the plants want to kill you, and they can jump.

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Can we get you a house warming gift? Some bait? Some beer? A life jacket? :slight_smile:

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Shark repellent?

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A manual about how to fight invasive species?

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Technically, isn’t that about 400 years too late?

Looking at the videos… a bigger boat?

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Never too late depending on what you fight for.

Haven’t seen the video. No opinion on that, but I think the kid saw more movies.

I did say technically.

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Tasmania still has fairly extreme quarantine restrictions to this day, BTW. Plants, seeds, unfinished timber, unwashed garden tools: all forbidden to import.

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My grandfather used to take me fishing for flathead in Port Phillip Bay. Because they’re bottom-feeders, you need a decent sinker (one of those upside-down pyramids) and a section of line to make sure the hook floats about 20cm from the bottom.

Now I want battered flathead.

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For good reasons, mostly. Island ecosystems are not good at coping with globalisation.

Insert goldblum.gif here, sadly. Inverse Jurassic Park setting, in a way.

(When I clicked through to the comic, I was surprised someone would be allowed move cats and dogs, but then, people are very attached to those. sighs)

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