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The Flying Fishes Bait Shop RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Angling Paradise of Grizzled Old Fisherman

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Board Activity History Admin Rank

Nudest: 1,144th Highest Disposable Incomes: 1,224th Largest Retail Industry: 1,434th+5
Most Nations: 1,515th Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,703rd Most Devout: 1,726th Most Cultured: 2,216th Most Inclusive: 2,217th
World Factbook Entry

Welcome y’all; the Flying Fishes Bait Shop is here for whatever you need for a relaxing day on the trails or water....and so much more!

The Bait Shop is nestled amongst many nationstates lakes and marshes. Visit the Bait Shop to buy tackle, waders, or live bait; rent a boat, get some cornbread from the lunch counter, hear the weekly fishing report, and most importantly listen to (and tell) amazing fish tales!

Explore the many hiking trails surrounding the lakes. Stay at the campground. Take a swim from the pier. Be thrilled by the many interesting denizens that populate the waters and surrounding woods!

Southern hospitality applies here in the Bait Shop, so remember to have fun and check out the map !



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    Park map

    FactbookGeography by Mermaids of the Bayou . 33 reads.

Embassies: The Great Universe, The Sands, The Bar on the corner of every region, The Embassy, Rogue CONclave, The Galactic Empire of Britain, Lardyland, NationStatesHolics Anonymous, The Flying Spaghetti Monster Lands, Chicken overlords, Edmundian Empire, The Interdimensional Community, Bus Stop, Thanksgiving, Union of Shoddy Subaverage Republics, Empire of Galea, and 16 others.Pravda, Wealth, nasunia, The Noodle Shop At The Edge Of Reality, United Otter Emirates, The Nuclear Wastes, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, South pacific gyre, The Cursed Continent of Lodoss, MentosLand, Fredonia, Barbaria, Codex Ylvus, Arden, Regionless, and RAMS.

Tags: Capitalist, Casual, Conservative, Eco-Friendly, Magical, Neutral, Role Player, Silly, Small, and Snarky.

The Flying Fishes Bait Shop contains 10 nations, the 1,515th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Poor Incomes in The Flying Fishes Bait Shop

The World Census studied the spending power of the poorest 10% of citizens in each nation.

As a region, The Flying Fishes Bait Shop is ranked 4,457th in the world for Highest Poor Incomes.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Swampy AMMO Storage Area of IYAAYASCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Keep Your Powder Dry!”
2.The High Shaman of Zia ThunderbirdsInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“Thunder-Thunder-Thunderbirds-Ho!”
3.The Legendary Squadron of Zeppelin DriversInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“Fly High”
4.The Glamping RV of Camp HostCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Camping is In-Tents!!”
5.The Rogue Nation of The Alligator KingLibertarian Police State Slightly Overzealous Peoples Democracy“Bigger than the biggest animal on the planet!”
6.The Blazing Hot Frontier of MORNINGCALMNew York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy“Dadgum it’s hot!”
7.The Angling Paradise of Grizzled Old FishermanInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“It’s Fish O’Clock Somewhere!”
8.The Cajun empire of Mermaids of the BayouCompulsory Consumerist State Consumerist Wage Drones“Slay the WICKED unbelievers!”
9.The Feu Follet of PURPLE BIGFOOTInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“Hhaarrgghh-Umph!”
10.The Eternal Greatness of Pelican EmpireIron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors“The weak shall perish. All hail Pelicania!”

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The Flying Fishes Bait Shop Regional Message Board

Of Altonianic Islands wrote:Hello from the Edmundian Empire! We've been contacting embassies we haven't talked with in literally years. As such, I would like to ask this question; how have you guys been doing over the past ~2 years?

P.S. We are NOT closing embassies -- just wanted to clarify
P.S.S. Your region specifically has a warm place in our hearts, largely due to the mutual RP a year ago.

Thank you very much for reaching out! We’re largely inactive, but alive.

Of Altonianic Islands wrote:Hello from the Edmundian Empire! We've been contacting embassies we haven't talked with in literally years. As such, I would like to ask this question; how have you guys been doing over the past ~2 years?

P.S. We are NOT closing embassies -- just wanted to clarify
P.S.S. Your region specifically has a warm place in our hearts, largely due to the mutual RP a year ago.

Sadly the fish haven’t been biting — but we stay here still sipping sweet tea and pulling a hook across a lake.

Of Altonianic Islands wrote:Hello from the Edmundian Empire! We've been contacting embassies we haven't talked with in literally years. As such, I would like to ask this question; how have you guys been doing over the past ~2 years?

P.S. We are NOT closing embassies -- just wanted to clarify
P.S.S. Your region specifically has a warm place in our hearts, largely due to the mutual RP a year ago.

The Shaman feels inside his tunic for the magic stone near his heart — the Coral of Glory thrums and warms his skin

Pelican Empire wrote:Thank you very much for reaching out! We’re largely inactive, but alive.

Hmm — think so — but someone should check out by Little Bit Bayou for The Alligator King

Zia Thunderbirds wrote:The Shaman feels inside his tunic for the magic stone near his heart — the Coral of Glory thrums and warms his skin

(I'd love to do some RP, context please though. Especially since I typically only do political RP. Who is this Shaman? What is the Coral of Glory? Who do you want my character to be? Give me some details to work with 😁😁)

Of Altonianic Islands wrote:(I'd love to do some RP, context please though. Especially since I typically only do political RP. Who is this Shaman? What is the Coral of Glory? Who do you want my character to be? Give me some details to work with 😁😁)

The Fired Up First Sergeant shakes his head slowly and sadly — he can think of no topic more distasteful than politics — then he perks up because he remembers that here in the park fishing is the topic of choice

Have you purchased your fishing license and bait bucket from the shop?

IYAAYAS wrote:The Fired Up First Sergeant shakes his head slowly and sadly — he can think of no topic more distasteful than politics — then he perks up because he remembers that here in the park fishing is the topic of choice

Have you purchased your fishing license and bait bucket from the shop?

I have not, can you guide me to the place I can buy it? I'm afraid the only currency actually worth anything that I have (I'm assuming you don't just take any random currency), is a couple chips from The Sands Casino. Will that do?

Of Altonianic Islands wrote:I have not, can you guide me to the place I can buy it? I'm afraid the only currency actually worth anything that I have (I'm assuming you don't just take any random currency), is a couple chips from The Sands Casino. Will that do?

The Host takes the chips and enjoys the snack

Thanks, a bit greasy but otherwise okay. The Bait Shop is right over there and they can get you all fixed up. There is a park map posted as well — I wouldn’t want you to get lost over near the feu follet lest the Rougaroux get you!

Mosquito Lake Fishing Report

Hello anglers and outdoor addicts. We fished Mosquito several times last week and saw very few boats and most of those were fishing but several boaters were also knee boarding/skiing and enjoying their families. The lake level is 171.41. Surface water temperatures are running in mid 84-85 degrees Fahrenheit. On the main lake surface is stained with mid lake slightly stained to clear as you get closer to the main lake. On south Mosquito is slightly stained in the back of major feeder creeks but clearer as the boater gets on the main lake.

BASS
We continue to catch bass with cloud cover and there has been plenty of it with the tropical storm/hurricane making its way on shore. We continue to catch bass shallow (2-8 ft.) with my favorite top water is a Berkley Choppo in shad patterns as my favorite color is Bone. We continue to catch bass shallow with wacky rigged Senko’s with my favorite color is watermelon blue flake as well as mad melon. Also, we like to wacky rig The General in green pumpkin and pumpkin party. We rig these the same with a 3/0 Aberdeen hook with 10 pound test Big Game. We fish these the same manner as most of the time the bass picks it up on the initial fall. I lift it up a couple of times and let it fall back down to the bottom and then reel it in and cast again since most pick-ups come on the initial drop. I like a Fenwick Elite 6.3 ft. medium action spinning rod (ESMS63M-F) the reel costs $129 and Mitchell 300X Ge spinning reel and it cost less than $60 bucks.

We continue to catch bass deep (15-20 feet) on deep diving crankbaits with 12 pound test Triene 100% Fluorocarbon which sinks and could give you another ½ foot on your deep diving crankbait. We also are catching most of our deep bass on Carolina rigs with Baby Brush Hogs in green pumpkin and water melon red. We also our catching bass on Pit Boss in Bama Red and we fish out Carolina rigs in 18-28 feet. I like to make long casts with our Carolina rigs so I use ½ or ¾ oz. sinker. In helping to make a long cast I use a 4 foot leader. I use the same line on leader as I do on main line which is Berkley 17 pound test fluorocarbon. This line sinks which helps to keep this line on the bottom. Fortunately, the best time to fish deep is often. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. which makes it great to fish shallow from daylight until 9 or 10 a.m. and then go to. deep patterns.

Check the bait shop for your gear!

Mosquito Lake Fishing Report

Hello anglers and outdoor addicts. We fished Mosquito several times last week and saw very few boats and most of those were fishing but several boaters were also knee boarding/skiing and enjoying their families. The lake level is 171.41. Surface water temperatures are running in mid 84-85 degrees Fahrenheit. On the main lake surface is stained with mid lake slightly stained to clear as you get closer to the main lake. On south Mosquito is slightly stained in the back of major feeder creeks but clearer as the boater gets on the main lake.

BASS
We continue to catch bass with cloud cover and there has been plenty of it with the tropical storm/hurricane making its way on shore. We continue to catch bass shallow (2-8 ft.) with my favorite top water is a Berkley Choppo in shad patterns as my favorite color is Bone. We continue to catch bass shallow with wacky rigged Senko’s with my favorite color is watermelon blue flake as well as mad melon. Also, we like to wacky rig The General in green pumpkin and pumpkin party. We rig these the same with a 3/0 Aberdeen hook with 10 pound test Big Game. We fish these the same manner as most of the time the bass picks it up on the initial fall. I lift it up a couple of times and let it fall back down to the bottom and then reel it in and cast again since most pick-ups come on the initial drop. I like a Fenwick Elite 6.3 ft. medium action spinning rod (ESMS63M-F) the reel costs $129 and Mitchell 300X Ge spinning reel and it cost less than $60 bucks.

We continue to catch bass deep (15-20 feet) on deep diving crankbaits with 12 pound test Triene 100% Fluorocarbon which sinks and could give you another ½ foot on your deep diving crankbait. We also are catching most of our deep bass on Carolina rigs with Baby Brush Hogs in green pumpkin and water melon red. We also our catching bass on Pit Boss in Bama Red and we fish out Carolina rigs in 18-28 feet. I like to make long casts with our Carolina rigs so I use ½ or ¾ oz. sinker. In helping to make a long cast I use a 4 foot leader. I use the same line on leader as I do on main line which is Berkley 17 pound test fluorocarbon. This line sinks which helps to keep this line on the bottom. Fortunately, the best time to fish deep is often. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. which makes it great to fish shallow from daylight until 9 or 10 a.m. and then go to. deep patterns.

Check the bait shop for your gear!

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