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This is usually the preferred method for fishing shallow waters or targeting pelagic species, which are particularly sensitive to noise.
TAKE A STAB AT SPEARFISHING WITH THESE TIPSSAME ROMANO/OUTDOOR LIFENOVEMBER 16, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Martinez explained on multiple occasions that his first step was slower in the outfield, leading to a handful of balls to drop in shallow center.
Spoon the combined ingredients into a shallow casserole dish sprayed with cooking oil.
All of that said, I think the slightly shallower depth of field is a win for the new larger sensor and I do think there’s a noticeable upgrade from the 12 Pro to the 12 Pro Max, let alone over the previous generations.
In these pages, though, that’s a surprisingly shallow trench.
They like to target big grass carp, which can often be found finning in the shallows, their tails poking above the water.
DON’T HAVE A BOAT? TRY BOWFISHING.BY NATALIE KREBS/OUTDOOR LIFENOVEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Playing without either of these options in “Deluxe” somehow feels even clunkier and shallower than the original.
The application proposed a smaller, shorter-duration mine, operating at a shallower depth and extracting a tiny fraction of the deposit’s known reserves.
In clear-water shallow areas with warm climates, such as Florida’s Upper Gulf Coast, snorkeling and diving to collect bay scallops by hand is a popular family activity.
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Yes, the history of the television is also a shallow one, but the debate came way after.
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