Known among fishermen as perhaps the least desirable catch possible, the Bushy Browed Snaggle-Toothed Crappie is famed for its horrendous stench and the scale mold that covers its slimy body. When snagging a Snaggle-Tooth, one must be very careful to avoid the sharp spines of its bushy brow and razor like teeth. Should you cut yourself on either of these hazards, an infection is sure to follow and death may be imminent. Most fishermen of the Upper Minnesota lake lands where the Snaggle Tooth is found quickly cut the line and head to town for a tetanus shot in a hurry when landing one of these
No member of Frankie Anne III’s crew has seen a Bushy Brown Snaggle in its natural Pacific Coast habitat. These sneaky little perches don’t like to come out during the day. Our resident diver Professor Vanderpoof says he tried to take an underwater photo at night. This fishing Cotton Canvas Tote Bag does not show a depiction of that photograph! If it did, all that would be pictured would be a flashbulb. On this Gill McFinn Cotton Canvas Tote Bag, we show the red hued beauty… as observed from the Seattle Aquarium!
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