Seen this on Moldy Chum?

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  1. miyawaki

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    Live in the shallows, but go to 160 feet to spawn, then move back to the shallows. Opposite of many species. Neat research.
     
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    They'll also herd up like that in deep holes during low tides. And they will bite then, eagerly, but it's hard to pick a target.
     

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