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Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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Now I want to go brookie fishing. Might as well, I don't catch anything else when I try.

Posted on: 2013/1/25 8:43
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Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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I told you Keith, when it warms up, I'll take out out around where I live. I promise you, I will get you into some trout!

Posted on: 2013/1/25 8:47


Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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SHE CAN'T TAKE NO MORE JIM!!!!!! SHE'S GONNA CRACK LIKE AN EGGSHELL!!!!

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Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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Squatch, it's been on my mind.

Posted on: 2013/1/25 10:06
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Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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How can anyone eat red beets? My absolute worst food memory involves me, my mother, red beets and wretching, you can add your own story.

Posted on: 2013/1/25 13:33


Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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mmmm I grow them and can them, got a whole bunch in the basement..

Posted on: 2013/1/25 14:07
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Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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k-bob
I personally am a barbless
fast fight/quick releasesmall-medium fly
thermometer carrying guyI fish with lightweight gear and cut off 
embedded flies
etcBut I think it would be easy to overestimate the 
angling threat to the small brook trout that live in infertile PA 
mountain streams
Fishing pressure is typically not high, and its 
threat is probably a fraction of the high annual rates of natural 
mortality in such environments
So habitatmore than our visits
determines populations. And big picturethe only thing that is really 
unethical is lip
-synching the national anthemuh just kidding...


+1

Posted on: 2013/1/25 15:11

Edited by Maurice on 2013/1/25 18:38:53
Edited by Maurice on 2013/1/25 18:39:27


Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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pro4mance wrote:

Gefilte fish is a chopped up white fish concoction in gelatin, you can find it in the kosher section of your grocery store. It was forced on me as a youngster at Passover. Nick if you are going to the jam I will bring some for all that dare. Its actually not bad


Don't bring him manischewitz .. WOAT.

My mother-in law makes some really bad homemade Gefilte dish and it is forced on me; or my dog if we have the seder @ my home.

Posted on: 2013/1/25 17:16
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Re: From the minnow chaser thread - An ethics lesson

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Wouldn't be the homemade version. Iwill bring a jar or two of the Maneshevitz for s#$ts and giggles. Sometimes my dog will wear a Yamuka if I have enough staples, jk. Or you could call it a cranial harmanuka apparatus.
Purple horseradish is prepared horseradish with beet juice

Posted on: 2013/1/25 18:58



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