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is a single family home of 1,648 sqft on a lot of 56,192 sqft (or 1.29 acres). Zillow's Zestimate® for 207 Big Fish Run is $190,576 and the Rent Zestimate® is $1,150/mo. This single family home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and was built in 2010. The 4 bed single family home at in is comparable and priced for sale at $249,900. This home is located in Jacksonville in zip code 28540. and are nearby neighborhoods. Nearby ZIP codes include and . , , and are nearby cities. Time for a Big Fish Games Presidents Day Sale!
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Please take advantage of this sale by visiting . Purchasing through the Big Fish Games app will only work if you have already installed the free trial version of the games you wish to buy.The latest yacht to join the sales fleet of YCO is the 45 metre luxury expedition yacht Big Fish, asking € 26,500,000. Conceived by Aquos Yachts, Big Fish was built by McMullen & Wing to a design of Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect. Pictures: above a 7" long Tinfoil Barb and below a 5" long Tinfoil. Click on each picture to see a bigger picture. These pictures show the exact fish that is for sale. One available.The guys wound up on Jive Records in fall 2001 when their current label, Mojo, was bought by Jive's parent label, Zomba. Reel Big Fish's first release for Jive, a rock-oriented record entitled Cheer Up!, appeared in mid-2002. Years of touring followed, during which the band shared stages with the likes of Sum 41, Catch 22, Lucky Boys Confusion, the Matches, and Zebrahead. Replacement drummer Carlos de la Garza (formerly of Suburban Rhythm) eventually decided to leave the lineup, and his last show with the group was recorded live at Anaheim's House of Blues in June 2003. A DVD of that performance, The Show Must Go Off!, was released by the end of the year, and the band's next album, the cynical yet catchy We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy, was issued in April 2005. By this time, the group's lineup had shifted to include Barrett, Regan, Klopfenstein, Wong, new trumpeter John Christianson, and drummer Justin Ferreira (who was later replaced by Ryland Steen). Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album Touring continued for the rest of the year, and Reel Big Fish happily parted ways with Jive in January 2006, having wished to be dropped from the label since Cheer Up!'s release. A co-headlining tour with MxPx followed that summer, allowing Reel Big Fish the chance to gain their footing as an independent band. In August, the group self-released a double-disc live CD (along with an accompanying DVD) titled Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album. A few months later -- and much to the annoyance of the band -- Jive issued its own Reel Big Fish album, a best-of compilation entitled Greatest Hit...and More. Reel Big Fish received no money from the album's sales, as Jive Records now owned the rights to the bulk of their songs. Duet All Night Long Nevertheless, Reel Big Fish returned with some new material in February 2007, splitting an EP (Duet All Night Long) with their friends in Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer. Monkeys for Nothin' and the Chimps for Free followed several months later, marking the group's first full-length studio release since leaving Jive's roster, and 2009's Fame, Fortune and Fornication found the band covering songs by the likes of Poison, Slade, and Tom Petty. In 2011, longtime member Scott Klopfenstein left Reel Big Fish to focus on raising a family, with Goldfinger's Matt Appleton taking over for him. The following year, the band released its first album of new material in five years, Candy Coated Fury.