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Derailing the reports thread. Proper fish handling/ CNR

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14 mins ago, GeoffT said:

Boy, you sure popped its eye out!

If you stab them in the eye they can't see you to bite you.  

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That’s just pissing them off more. They sense when hands and fingers are around them. Yum, human fingers, taste like chicken.

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53 mins ago, ChumSlickJon said:

If you stab them in the eye they can't see you to bite you.  

they have a harder time finding your plug next time too :th: 

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3 hours ago, ChumSlickJon said:

Someone call the county!!!!

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this makes you a horrible person. that fish has feelings. 

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You're supposed to slam them against jetty rocks until the plug pops out. I can see from the pic that there were none of those around. Good step.

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5 hours ago, ChumSlickJon said:

Someone call the county!!!!

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You need Korkers on stabilize those bitches

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FROWNED UPON OR NOT?:

- Removing a fish from the water, removing the hook, fumbling through your pockets until you find your phone and dry off your hands, letting it bake on the hot sand in the sun so you can take a photo before releasing it?  Of course you need to put your phone away before you take it to the water to revive it.

 

Very frowned upon in my view. Keep the fish in the water as much as possible if releasing. If you must get the fish out for that pic, 15 seconds or less.

 

Have you pliers on you not up at the truck. 

 

Put a wrap of electrical tape at 28" or whatever legal size in so you don't need a tape measure.

 

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