bottom-fishing

bottom-fishing

The strategy of offering ridiculously low prices for large numbers of properties because of the expectation that, statistically, someone is bound to “bite”and accept an offer.

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Reel: Conventional, 4/o bottom-fishing unit with level wind and lots of capacity for seriously heavy line.
By Leary's estimates, pension funds, investing through bottom-fishing ``opportunity funds,'' have accounted for as much as 70 percent of the purchases from the Japanese.
In fact, it was the success of his CNBC series that made Rivera decide to finally stop bottom-fishing in the daytime, he says.
That's what bottom-fishing CBS has attempted in mining drama from the relationship between Heidi Fleiss and her father in "The Good Doctor: The Paul Fleiss Story," a made-for-TV movie without a brain airing on a network without a clue.
Anglers fishing Lynemouth beach for mackerel have also taken one or two codling, Blyth pier seeing the usual mackerel and anglers, bottom-fishing with bait, have also taken a few codling and coalfish.
There is bottom-fishing on the market as investors seek cheap stocks for which prices may well boom after elections," said Sherif El-Sweify of Delta Rasmallah Securities.
But at least conditions aren't getting worse a so bottom-fishing investors smell opportunities.
Even the Upper West Side's Apthorp, where elegance and luxury were key marketing points a few years ago, is now plugging its slashed prices and "once in a lifetime" opportunities for bottom-fishing homebuyers.
The ODFW's bottom-fishing advisory committee recommended an eight-fish limit.
Comparisons were made between two depth strata in order to determine how depth may modulate the response of epifauna to bottom-fishing disturbance.
Sport and commercial fishing was affected by the restrictions on bottom-fishing because many ocean fish species inhabit the same area.