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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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Brendan Davies kept up his good run in the Penarth SAC competitions by winning the latest with a conger that weighed 8lb 15oz and was caught from the pier.
RORY Jenkins, a building site manager from Tonyrefail who fishes for Team Sakuma, is the 2017 Garry Evans Seamaster Champion after out-fishing the 21 finalists who battled it out within the East Region WFSA Barry Angling Festival - and he did it with two conger eels and a bass caught on his first three casts.
Only 22 anglers brought fish to the scales in this catch and release match and Cardiff-based 29-year-old carpenter Joseph Gamlin chalked up his second win of the Garry Evans Seamaster series with a single conger eel of 2.4kg.
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.
PBDEs have 209 congers from PBDEs-1 to PBDEs-209, while number of bromine atom in compound change from 1 to 10.
CONGER eels have been blamed for diminishing Irish fish stocks...
Intercos will move its North American Operation from Ridgefield, N.J., 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.
In second place was Phil Jehu with four congers, two pouting and a dog for 165cm.
The congers will never challenge national targets but they are whoppers in regional West Wales ratings.
Martin Harper weighed in four congers for a winning bag of 20lb.7oz, and Graham Kenny had a conger and three codling for 10lb.13oz and second place
Fourth place went to Welsh international Andrew Hutchings, from Lisvane, with five conger eels for 4.26kg while Newport's Rob Chapman was fifth with three congers for 3.98kg.