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Outside of New Orleans in an undisclosed swamp near Lake Pontchartrain there lies a pool surrounded by cypress and draped with Spanish moss. Dark, dank and stinking, buzzing with flies it lies in constant shadow, its surface still. But if one looks closely, underneath the oily surface of the water ...something moves. At first you see their eyes, ghostly white and then, perhaps their teeth. Woe to the occasional ignorant raccoon hat stops by this pool for a drink or to wash its paws. The bottom of this pool is said to be littered with the bones of many beasts. And men. Legend has it that a Creole fisherman sold a bad bass to the great Marie Laveu at the local fish market causing her to spend Fat Tuesday locked in her outhouse. When she'd recovered, the voodoo priestess Laveu put a curse on that fisherman's favorite spot for eternity and now the Largemouth Zombie Bass forever lurk beneath its waters.
A native of New Hampshire Lake Winnipesaukee, the Bug-Eyed Bluegill can only be found in the deepest parts of these chilly waters. Due to this fact, the fish is uniquely adapted to very high external pressures and cannot survive in shallower depths. This is why, when reeling their catch in, fishermen are said to hear a distinct Pop! from deep under the lake as the fishes internal organs explode. Reports from deep-lake divers state that the distinct bug-eyed feature of this beautiful fish does not appear to be in evidence when encountering the fish in its natural habitat........