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I used to go fishing. It turned out just to be for sport. All I ever caught were tiny perch, so I'd throw them back.

In NYC, all we seem to ever have lately is Salmon or Tilapia. I don't even know what a Tilapia is. I'm not from this part of the country.

I'm used to eating shrimp that fed off the bottom of the basin of the Mississippi. Now, that is the epitome of bottom feeding.

I bought and actually ate some perch from a store mid-town a few months. It felt like a low point in my life. I wanted some fish. Salmon just seems too heavy. This is a difficult place to live. It's really for those who are young and fit and don't mind all the effort it takes to acquire things. But, I have thought, given possible problems in the future, living where you can use alternate modes of transportation might not be the worst idea, even if it's not what one wants to do.

I'm sure I'm not the only one impacted in an ever changing world. But, the idea of eating something so tiny that I'd just throw it back if I caught it myself was distressing.

I hear some people like bass a lot. I was always a snapper fan back when the best restaurant in BR, La. still had the original owners and recipes. Note: If you are going to buy a restaurant with a reputation for its food, make sure to get the recipes.

Toledo Bend is great for recreation. I loved boating around and sport fishing, although there wasn't usually much biting. Exploring the area was fun.

They have some pretty cool camping places in New York. The one I went to made me feel like I was in the middle of the woods in Texas, but I was five minutes from a shopping center.

However, thanks to good folk in NYC that brought me to see the Texas Chain Saw Massacre and things like the Blair Witch project, I probably won't be going out soon.

Oh, great, now, I've scared myself. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2604:2000:E940:B400:FD04:93A2:68C0:13AD (talk) 04:38, 6 May 2017 (UTC)

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