PlayStation 4 - Final Fantasy XV - Heaviest Fish Caught - Risorath Peacock Bass - 22.0 - Brandon Finton

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  1. PlayStation 4 - Final Fantasy XV - Heaviest Fish Caught - Risorath Peacock Bass - 22.0 - Brandon Finton

    03-16-2017, 10:18 PM
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    Heaviest Fish Caught - Risorath Peacock Bass
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    Game can be started from a saved file. Any gameplay changing hacks, mods, or glitches will result in disqualification of your score. The weight and length will be shown after the fish is caught.Line - any that can be obtained in the game can be usedLure - any that can be obtained in the game can be usedRod - any that can be obtained in the game can be usedReel - any that can be obtained in the game can be used

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    Fish hooked around 5:36.

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  2. 03-17-2017, 06:11 AM

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    Risorath Peacock Bass Fish Hooked at 3:57 of the video

    PlayStation 4 - Final Fantasy XV - Heaviest Fish Caught - Risorath Peacock Bass - 22.0 Final Weight is at 4:50 of the video

    Peacock bass is the common name in English for a group of closely related species of tropical, freshwater fish of the genus Cichla.

    Peacock bass

    An adult butterfly peacock bass

    A juvenile peacock bass
    Scientific classification
    Kingdom:
    Animalia
    Phylum:
    Chordata
    Class:
    Actinopterygii
    Order:
    Perciformes
    Family:
    Cichlidae
    Genus:
    Cichla

    Description[edit]


    The speckled peacock bass is the largest species and can grow over 100 centimeters in length, and may be the largest of all cichlid fishes. Most display a color pattern based on a theme of three wide vertical stripes on their bodies, sometimes with smaller intermediate bands, only a grey, brown, yellow, or green background. They also exhibit a spot on their tail fins that resembles the eyes on a peacock's tail feathers—a feature which resulted in their common names (this "ocellus" is a common feature of South American cichlids, and is thought to deter predators and fin-biting piranhas). In addition, many adult fishes (primarily males, but also some females) develop a pronounced hump on their foreheads (nuchal hump) shortly before and during the rainy season, when the fishes generally spawn. Other physical traits can vary greatly, depending on the species, individual and stage of development. These include, but are not limited to: dark rosettes instead of stripes, light speckles and impressive shades of bright green, orange, blue and gold. Very young fish exhibit dark horizontal stripes down half (C. orinocensis, C. ocellaris, et al.) or the whole (C. temensis, C. pinima, et al.) body.
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    @HugDD , here you go bud. Hopefully that'll help.
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