When I think of dead fish, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a squid, but this is not the only creature that can be caught with a net.
Here are seven things you need to know about them.
They’re attracted to light.
A dead fish can eat up to a quarter of its weight in food in a single night.
This means it can live for up to two days and it is very good at finding light sources, according to researchers at the University of Texas at Austin.
So they can be a perfect target for a fish-fishing net.
Dead fish will only be attracted to the light if there is plenty of food.
It’s not uncommon for dead fish to swim in the water and feed on other fish for up and down the length of their bodies, says Chris Schaffer, a biologist with the Austin Aquarium.
Dead or alive, these fish will be attracted by light.
They will even seek to mate with other fish in the same tank, so the catch is much more likely to be the dead one.
If you catch a dead shark, for example, you could be killing the life that lives on that shark’s back.
They also can be attracted in different ways.
A male may be attracted towards the light, or vice versa.
There is no rule, however, on how many of the males you need.
If your fish is attracting a lot of males, then it may not be worth the effort of setting up a trap.
They can take the sting out of fish bait.
A lot of people think dead fish don’t eat anything, but they do.
In fact, they do!
Dead fish are attracted to certain types of fish and will eat any food that comes their way.
But what does that mean for you?
It’s important to remember that they’re not eating your fish.
When you catch them, they’re just there to be eaten, says Schaffer.
They like to eat other fish.
Many fish, especially octopus and sharks, are good for a quick meal.
They eat other small fish and even fish caught at the bottom of the sea.
This can include a bluefin tuna, which can be quite tasty.
Some species of fish will even be able to swallow their own tail and eat it, too.
So it’s possible that a dead sea otter or sea bass could be just what you need for a snack.
They feed on small invertebrates.
Some fish, like sharks, will feed on tiny invertebrate species, like fish that can only be seen with a magnifying glass.
If there is no food around, these invertees will feed, and if there’s plenty, they will often eat the bait they are caught on.
This is a great way to get a quick bite on some bait and a quick fix for a meal, if you catch one.
They’ve got a great sense of smell.
Dead marine fish can detect chemical odours like ammonia, hydrogen sulphide, carbon dioxide and more.
These chemicals can be extremely dangerous, so keep an eye out for these as you fish.
And don’t forget to remove any fish you catch in the process.
They are highly intelligent.
If a deadfish is caught with its mouth open, it will immediately try to close its mouth, and will then bite its prey.
If the fish has been in the open for long enough, it may even become attached to the prey.
This could be the difference between a dead or alive fish.
A fish that has been caught with one of these teeth can also make good bait for you, says Dr Chris Schaffer.
They don’t seem to be a threat to humans.
They just want to eat.
A great way of catching a dead one is to try to catch it with a hook or reel.
Dead sea otters, sea bass and even sharks will eat their prey.
They aren’t territorial and don’t care about anything in particular.
However, if there are a lot dead fish in a particular tank, or if they are attracting a good deal of males to the area, you may want to reconsider setting up the trap.