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Pictures Jarno Laihinen Pareques acuminatus (High-hat)

picture properties:
year taken :2016
country :Puerto Rico
notes :
Pareques acuminatus(fb)

© Jarno Laihinen
18-01-2017 18:53:09
3 person(s) like(s) this picture.
< = > replies (5)
18-01-2017 22:12:43
Ton Nientied says : Nice specie, Jarno.
19-01-2017 00:45:26
Theo Modder says : Wonderful specie Jarno, I‘ve seen them snorkeling, but was not able to catch them.
What did you use as bait ?
19-01-2017 17:35:30
Pascal Pépé Sjamajee Rommelaere says : Specail 😍
20-01-2017 05:32:21
Jarno Laihinen says : Thanks guys! I was so thrilled about this one. I worked really hard to catch it. And Theo, I used a small piece of squid for a bait.
20-01-2017 08:58:26
Pieter Beelen says : Your in puerto rico dude. Get a tarpon!





 
2019:
# name species
1 Pieter Beelen 104
2 Pascal Pépé Sjamajee Rommelaere 54
3 Cock van der Hulst 36
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all times:
# name species
1 Theo Modder 776
2 Pieter Beelen 701
3 Ton Nientied 597
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unique species:
# name species
1 Sebastian van Koningshoven 114
2 Michael Lee Berg 86
3 Ben Cantrell 80
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caught on fly:
# name species
1 Remko Verspui 114
2 Michael Lee Berg 111
3 Mikhail Skopets 108
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stats:
287 registered species hunters.
3157  species.
26 non recognized species.
20 hybrids.
413  fly caught.
636 species on target lists.
177 pictures of zwoonzels.