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Old 03-06-2012, 09:31 PM
lauxier lauxier is offline
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Why are the fish in the GSMNP getting larger and enhancing a better fishery?
1)less acidity in water?
2)more calcium in water?
3)the drought year killing off the not-so-strong?
4)decrease in fishing pressure?
5)biological cycle coming back to us?
6)the forested,harvested trees of the forest that stood ,virgin,onthe lands of the park are just now beginning,due to regrowth of the forest, to provide the Smoky's streams with canopy enough to elicit a major bug population?
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