Benton Roxlaw spent the previous night studying the notes and findings he and his fellow researchers had gathered, his mind searching for answers. Their studies were progressing well and they had learned much thus far but they also had many, many questions. Foremost on the scientists minds was the odd smell that had been found on some of the new species of fish that had been gathered. As the men discussed options for their next steps one factor became clear; they needed to study samples of the older, more common species of fish. "We shall have some before long," said Benton. "We will ask for these fish to be brought to us this week." He sat and prepared a note to be delivered: "Good Citizens, My colleagues and I wish to thank you for your aid in gathering specimens for our studies. The past weeks have provided a wealth of information previously unknown and also helped to confirm or deny theories already being discussed. We are grateful for your assistance. This week we again ask your help by bringing us the largest example of the known family of "Big Fish". These can be found in any of the deeper waters of the lands, not only upon the High Seas. Although these fish have been studied for many years already, we must have some fresh specimens for our work. Advance thanks, B. Roxlaw" A reminder that your biggest catch must be dated during the correct time frame, ending each Saturday. More details for the weekly fishing tourney can be found on the table in the Sons of the Sea building in Trinsic.