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Notes:
How to catch Magma Octo Fish:
Catch Magma Octo Fish by using a Level 70+ Planktonite in Sig's Wasteland. Requires the skill of Sub-Zero Survival Training.
UNLOCKED MAGMENTICLES! Took x hours (y guesses)

Delicious and nutritious: little octopods from the guts of gopher rockfish. (photo: E. Loury)

Octopuses bring captured prey back to the den where they can eat it safely. Sometimes the octopus catches more prey than it can eat, and the den is often surrounded by a of dead and uneaten food items. Other creatures, such as fish, , molluscs and , often share the den with the octopus, either because they have arrived as , or because they have survived capture.

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Rocio octofasciata is a large fish. The fish can reach up to 10 inches in length (25.40 cm). That’s why you have to keep them in a large tank. This jigging video has more fishing tips on pimping up your Octo Jigs, With Lee Brake from North Queensland fish and Boat magazine. Lee has had some great success with jigging octo jigs and tweaking them to get better results with using soft plastics as an extra which give more action and better hookup results with the larger hooks. Lee recommends straight hooks rather than the offset gape which can result in your octo jig spinning. Also when putting your soft plastic on the jig, make sure it lies flat. We've been using the Berkley gulp soft plastic range with great success on our Octo Jigs and Paternoster rigs and they definately do work. We were on our way home and tried an old wreck which has a nursery of Smallmouth Nannygai on it. They couldn't help themselves and loved the Octo jigs, so we decided to move on, too easy!!
This deep water reef jigging with Octojigs and plastics is opening up a whole new way of fishing the deep water and can bring the fish on the chew when they don't want to touch baits. You'll see fish on the fish finder, and you know they're there, but shut down, a bit of movement seems to make the difference and you can land some quality fish.
We had a great day out today reef fishing and scored numerous Nannygai, Red Emperor, Coral trout and Sweetlip. We even caught a couple of Nice Spanish mackerel on the Knife jigs but that's another video coming soon.
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You should remember that Rocio octofasciata is an egg layer type of fish. For every eggs-laying, the female can produce 500 to 800 eggs. The most common place to lay these eggs on is a cleaned rock. So make sure that your breeding tank has cleaned rocks in it.

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Just mucking around with this funny fishing video, and Jamie landing a Grinner on an Octo jig, Not the Most desirable of species and bit of a laugh at Jamies bad luck. Big Grinner and funny stuff, We'll give Jamie heaps if given half a chance. The Octo jigs have been going well, great for working the deep reefs and shoals. It's actually a good indicator of the ground you're fishing if you catch Grinner and means you are off the reefy areas which we are targetting and catching quality reef fish. So is a good sign what the new area is like. I'd say it's time to move and look for better bottom and structure. Grinner will hit your baits fairly aggressively and was quite funny and amazing to see the size of the lure relative to the fish.
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i have pneumatic spears, level 53 and 32 and have traveled to glacier bay the first time. i even bought a toxic cruiser which says completes the trip to the spot mentioned. the problem is i still haven't caught any octo fish... it only mention traveling to icelantica and back or have i missed something? -- 07:53, April 2, 2010 (UTC)