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conger

any large marine eel of the family Congridae, esp Conger conger, occurring in temperate and tropical coastal waters
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Dave Shackell claimed fifth place with two congers and 1.
Congers are slow in maturing, usually taking about 15 years before they are ready to breed, then they can migrate great distances before spawning in very deep waters, typically more than 9,000 feet.
Based on contrasting composes of PBDEs congers in Tibetan and East China Soil, it is found that:
WHOPPING conger eels are frightening in appearance but not usually aggressive unless provoked.
CONGER eels have been blamed for diminishing Irish fish stocks.
to the Congers property, which Sony had recently vacated.
Now the hunt is on to break the record and proof that there are bigger congers came earlier this month when a 160-pounder was caught by a Cornish trawler, 12 miles off Falmouth Bay.
Congers made the running in the Newport and District SAC roving competition and winner Andy Clarke had two for 3.
HOBBS Point, in Pembroke's busy dock, is the local hotspot for conger eels, skate and other fighting heavyweights.
Martin Harper weighed in four congers for a winning bag of 20lb.
Business; Congers, New York Manufacturing Facility is Closed
Ely angler Paul Worsley pocketed the PS200 donated by Set Up Displays and added 18 points with two congers weighing 8lb 3oz that were caught at Ranny Pool and put him in third place.