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This year, more than 3,000 fish have been caught in the Republic of Ireland, the most in any year since the species was declared extinct in the 1980s.

These days, the Copperhead is the largest of the rainbow fish, the only member of the deep-water catfish family that can grow up to six metres in length.

This is because the species only survives in the South Atlantic, with the largest spawning pools in the Atlantic Ocean.

The first step is to find the right fish to eat.

This year, I discovered a new favourite of mine – the Copperheads redhead.

The fish is a favourite of the people of the Republic and the whole world, and it’s been feeding in the local rivers for decades.

The only catch is a few hours of a small net and some bait.

But in the past, it would take a couple of days for the fish to become fully accustomed to the water.

This is when I started looking for new fish to feed.

The next step is getting them in the right spot.

In the first days, I had to find a spot where I could put them in.

But they had to be fed right from the start, and the more they came out the better they became.

I had to fish them from a riverbank, which is why they were only found in the summer.

I had some luck with my friend, and I started with one of the smallest fish I could find – the redhead, a species of deep-sea fish with a body length of up to four metres.

After a few days, they were already getting used to the salt water, and they began to go out into the water to spawn.

I caught the first fish, and soon a number of others followed.

The copperhead’s diet consists mainly of the common freshwater carp.

I used to fish from the banks of the River Meath, and my fish are now able to swim across the river.

But if you want to fish the Copper Heads, you need to keep them under close control, and this was the only way I could do that.

The Copperheads were discovered in the south Atlantic, but the fish are not limited to just that region.

They also live in the North Atlantic and in the Indian Ocean, and are found in many other places.

This article first appeared in the Irish Times on April 19, 2018.