Cooking Tips : How to Pick Catfish Fillets

To select catfish fillets, you want to find fillets that have a nice white color to them. When you touch them they should be firm to the touch, and should not have any kind of off odor or smell. The texture should be nice and firm; it should not be mushy in any location. And […]

How To: Build Free Aquarium Rock Cave

Welcome back guys, this video is about how to build a free aquarium rock cave. Just driving towards a spot where i can do some fresh water fishing. This place is surrounded by man made pine forest. No camping, no swimming and no fire is allowed here. Just finished casting my rods, now its time […]

Ron Gill, Facilities, Stockmanship/Stewardship 2019

PRESENTER RON GILL: And a lot of times, we’ll talk a little bit about facility design here as well. This is, how many of you have actually seen or used a bud box? Several of you have. Getting to be more and more people have seen that. It’s not necessarily that I think they’re a […]

Strip Spawning Southern Appalachian Brook Trout

We are spawning the Southern Appalachian Brook Trout at the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute. These brood stock were collected from Left Prong Hampton Creek, which is in the Cherokee National Forest in Northeastern Tennessee. It’s a fairly involved process. The first thing that we do is catch the fish and put them in a solution […]

Never release aquarium plants or animals

Some safe alternatives include trading them with friends returning them to the pet store disposing of them properly. Disposing of plants in a sealed bag in the trash is the safest option. And always ask your local retailer for advice. Remember any release of pets can be a danger to Michigan’s lakes and streams Ultimately […]

Primitive Technology: Dig eel and steamed in delicious bamboo tube | Find and cook food in the wild

Eels usually live in wet mud so we can easily catch them by hand digging through the mud. I processed them by steamed in bamboo tubes , that is the way of cooking in nature without pots and pans

Using Filter Socks in Your Reef Tank – EP 4: Saltwater Aquarium Maintenance

Today on BRStv we are going to discuss filter socks and the reef tank. Hi, I’m Ryan host of BRStv where each week we cover a new topic related to reefing. This week we are going to hit on filter socks. We will talk about why reefers use them, why some reefers don’t and how […]

Trout Fishing using Foam Earplugs for Bait

A while back I read that you could use foam earplugs for trout bait so I thought I’d give it a try. I stopped by the local hardware store and the only earplugs they had were kind of bluish green in color, so I went with those. I cut each ear plug into three pieces […]

Heritage Minutes: Jennie Trout

Send them home! Get rid of them! Gentlemen, gentlemen, please. And so, this organ, which I regret I cannot name because of the presence of these members of the weaker sex. Who, although they are married, could not possibly endure… Get them out! Patience, Jennie. Patience?! Get them out! Dr. McFarland! Mrs. Trout. There’s no […]

MY TOP 5 TETRAS FOR YOUR AQUARIUM

Hey everyone, Cory from aquariumcoop.com and today, I’m bringing you my top 5 tetras! Number 5 is the black neon tetra. Almost bulletproof you can hit them with a hammer they’re so hardy, and they’re cheap – cheap, cheap, cheap – and they look great against a green background. I love them for beginners; I […]