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Month: May 2018

Condole Letters – What to Write in Your Condole Letter When It's the Death of a Spouse

A condolence letter about the death of a spouse is one of the more difficult condolence letters to write. No one truly knows the relationship between two married people. Writing "I understand how you feel" even if you've lost a spouse yourself is not always true. Without having been in the relationship yourself, you can not imagine how the death of a spouse makes the survivor feel. When writing a condolence letter, it's particularly important to understand how to write it and what to write that will offer comfort and support for the loss of a spouse and this diverse personal relationship. "Nothing in life is certain, but death and taxes." We have heard the phrase repeated many times. We laugh about it; we make fun of the circumstances. Yet, how many times do we give those words a second thought? We cringe when someone mentions death and hope for a quick end to the conversation. However, writing a condolence letter, when it's the death of a spouse, can be crippling. Think back to your wedding day. You smile and boldly repeat the words, "Until Death Do Us Part." You say a silent prayer and hope the day never comes. No matter how strong, passionate and comforting your relationship, it is hard to imagine your life with a spouse. But you grow closer and closer until you can not...

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Arowana Fish Breeding Explained

Arowana fish breeding is an excellent choice for those who like a challenge. Also known as the ‘Dragon’ Fish for its similar unique slender body and distinctive reflective scales, the results of successful breeding can be extraordinary. According to Chinese lore, a dragon is the symbol of prosperity, strength and power and many believe that the Arowana fish help to ward off evil and misfortune. Arowana Fish Breeding is not easy and it is one of the most expensive fish in the world due to its high demand but low supply. It’s breeding cycle is only around 1 to 2 times a year and they average 3 to 5 years to reach full maturity. Arowana in general, will eat pretty much anything, however it is important to have a nice variety in their diet. Baby Arowana Fish should be fed around 3 times a day and adults only around once a day. Particularly big Arowana may even be fed once every other day. Favorites in Arowana Fish Breeding include brine shrimp, black worms and even small fish. When they are bigger, you may try bigger fish. Because of this rather meaty diet, Arowanas do tend to produce a lot of waste. Thus extra care needs to be given in cleaning the tank. At a minimum, 25% to 33% of the water should be changed weekly but the recommended rate...

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Catching More Fish

Is not this what we would all, as anglers, like to do. Catch more fish? Of course it is, and catching more fish can be more simple and easy than you might have imagined. In this article I'm going to reveal come simple tips and techniques that will help any angler in their pursuit of catching more fish. The first thing to keep in mind is that almost every species of fish is heavily influenced my two forces of Mother Nature, and understanding this (and using this information to your advantage) is integral to catching more fish. Remember anyone can go out and chuck some bait or a lure in the water, but this most certainly doesnt mean that they'll catch fish. If you want to catch more fish, paying attention to Mother Nature is a key. When I refer to the phrase 'Mother Nature', I'm referring specifically to the weather and moon. These two natural forces play a huge role in the behavior and feeding activity of fish. For example, fishing is always better when the moon is in certain phases. Fishing is also better after a certain type of front passes through your fishing area. Were you aware of this? Well, now you are and as you gain knowledge about the weather, moon, and fishing you will catch more fish. How am I so sure of this?...

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Fishing For Trout – 3 Tips Every Trout Angler Needs to Use

As temperatures rise and the spring really "kicks into gear" many people start to turn their attention to fishing for trout. In this article I will provide you with 3 tips that every trout angler needs to use. I learned these tips from a man that was considered a trout fishing master many years ago in central Pennsylvania, and know I will pass them along to you. Some of these trout fishing tips may seem over simplistic, but that does not make them any less effective. As a matter of fact, my mentor believed in simplicity not only in life, but also in fishing. The truth is that many times the simpler a fishing technique is, the more effective it is. The bottom line is that when fishing for trout, any or all of these tips will make you a much more effective and successful trout angler. Use Mother Nature To Your Advantage – Trout (as well as all fish) are affected my forces of Mother Nature, particularly the weather & moon. The truth is that the weather & moon have as much to do with you catching trout as the type of trout bait that you choose to use. Knowing when these two forces of Mother Nature are in your favor, such as during a new moon, will increase your bite rates dramatically. Being on the water when...

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