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  1. No, can't be done. Transferring accounts from one platform to another is not possible.
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  2. The reel (max drag 19 kg) is not suited to that rod (line weight 1 - 3.25 kg), you'll need to either use a very low drag setting or get a level 8 CrucianHunter 3000 (max drag 3kg) ($3710) reel, careful with the drag setting though (don't set it too high) because the line (3.6 kg) looks like it's a little heavy to be used on that setup and you could end up breaking the rod. You really should have the level 11 or 12 braid 0.15 mm (2.7 kg) for that setup.
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  3. SELENGE RIVER-Mongolia Welcome to the vast expanses of Northern Mongolia! Here, surrounded by low mountains, we can visit one of the deepest rivers that feed Baikal — the Selenge. Many rare birds live along the banks of this mighty river, herds of sheep and horses graze peacefully. You can also notice the yurts of nomads, surrounded with enclosures housing two-humped camels. The Selenge mostly flows across a flat land, first becoming narrower and then turning into hollow-like expansions, where it divides into channels and forms multiple islands. The banks, overgrown with sparse forests, are mostly clay and sandy, but pebbled areas are also often found. The river has a fairly fast current and relatively shallow depth. The extremely continental climate holds the river in an icy embrace from November to April. In September, snow sometimes falls at night and melts during the day. It is here that the largest fish of the salmon family is found — Taimen, the king of all salmon, sometimes reaching a weight of over 132 pounds. Lenok, Baikal Omul, Humpback Whitefish and Siberian Grayling can also be found here in abundance. Although the Selenge is not an easy place for fishing, it’s incredibly interesting!
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  4. This is from National Geographic's website; Hucho taimen, also known as the Siberian or Mongolian taimen, is the largest member of the salmonid family, which includes trout and salmon. It can grow six feet long, even bigger than the North American Chinook salmon. Though it is one of five taimen species in Asia, when people talk about “taimens,” they’re usually referring to this species.
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  5. Inventarfehler behoben Einfrieren des Bojenlieferungsfensters behoben Problem mit Bojenkauf auf dem Tablet behoben Grafische Verbesserungen am Kongo-Fluss
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