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scamp

(skæmp)
n. a small child. There are three little scamps at the door saying, “Trick or treat!”
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One stout rod will work for both scamp and gag grouper, but just be sure to have a reliable, strong reel.
For scamp grouper, a smaller palm-sized bait like small hard tails or cigar minnows are ideal, but mud minnows, finger mullet, and even pinfish will work.
For scamp groupers, the best bet will be downsizing leaders to 50 or 60 pounds and matching the hook size to the bait.
His biggest scamp specimen was a 25-pounder caught on a bandit boat off Fort Myers.
Bullock describes ideal scamp habitat as hard bottom with rocky ledges and plenty of nooks and crannies.
Red grouper eat more crustaceans, but scamp like finfish.
I'm sure gags prey on scamp when they can, so the scamp are usually hanging back on the reef.
Of depth ranges, Bullock offered this: "On the west coast, you can find scamp on reefs in 30 feet of water, but they're juveniles.
Running out of John's Pass on Treasure Island, he looks for hefty scamp in the 200-foot-plus range over hard bottom.
The SCAMP was fielded as an EHF low data rate terminal to meet protected beyond-line-of-sight requirements with low probability of detection/low probability of intercept in a package which did not require a vehicle to carry it.
However, with all these communications capabilities available in a portable package, an overwhelming number of SCAMP terminals have not accessed a satellite since fielded units received new equipment training.
Maybe the SCAMP did not get the publicity and promotion it deserved throughout the fielding process.
This deemed the SCAMP a "general purpose user" piece of equipment with no dedicated operator MOS assigned to it.
Since it was a "systems" issue (satellites and terminal use must be carefully planned), using the SCAMP required a competent planner who was trained on the EHF communications planner tool to plan networks and build terminal images.
The scamp, 18, posed with this cut-out of Kim Kardashian, 32 - and a Post-it note stuck on to her that said: "Call me, maybe ;)"