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Re: native brookies

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I haven't for more then forty years, but wouldn't hesitate to keep a brown now and then.

Posted on: 2013/5/10 22:19
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Re: native brookies

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i have if they have the big head skinny body look about them - means they're spent and just taking food that other younger fish would benefit from.

lovely with bacon or on their own with duck fat.

i'm of the opinion that in a healthy fishery culling a few actually helps it thrive, but the brookie fisheries are generally on the brink wherever you go so i prefer not to.


Posted on: 2013/5/11 15:38
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Re: native brookies

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Sometimes I wonder how the herons can live with their guilt and shame. They must get no sleep at night.

Like others who have posted, I really want to be sure the resource is protected and it really is not worth the hassle to me. I will tell you that the only time I feel any guilt would be if I killed any animal and then let it go to waste; frankly that is what pisses me off.

Only time that I could see keeping wild trout would be for some nostalgia in a remote camping trip.

Posted on: 2013/5/11 20:34



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