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The average Briton has his or her fair share of preconceptions about fishing, of course. Finally, and most incontrovertibly, you will smell.
Rarely, do I catch a wanted bass or trout (unless they are lost or are very dumb) on that rig.
I usually catch something, but it’s unwanted fish; bottom feeders like catfish, suckers, or carp — at least I can tell my wife I caught something.
Is the person you’ve fallen for and shared your deepest secrets with really who they say they are? Phil’s guests say they fell victim to a catfish — a person who creates a false ID on the Internet in the hopes of luring people into romantic relationships. And what would drive a person to carry out such a deception?
Devon, Lauren, Bobbi and Kelly say they fell for the same man and spent months establishing an online relationship — one that never culminated in a face-to-face meeting. The women say Shaun had plenty of dramatic excuses for why he couldn’t meet them: car accidents, surgery, migraines, a brain tumor, chemotherapy, his mother’s breast cancer diagnosis and double mastectomy and emergency room visits. , he talks about the people you need to be aware of, called BAITERs — people who are backstabbers, abusers, imposters, takers, exploiters and reckless.
One such study found that as many as four out of 10 freshwater species in North America are in danger of approaching extinction [source: Borenstein].