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say your out fishing with a buddy who has his commercial lic.. and you land that 82 lbs dream fish ...now is it your W R or not..technically you cant keep it but your buddy can..would you still be able to submit it or is it null in void due to hes the one with comm.lic so would he be the only one of you to be able to submit such a fish and would you just have great pics and a wish it was last year story...again just a bs topic to yap about feel free to input your 2 cents in im curious how it'd work

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#1 boat fish don’t count 

#2 commercial bass fishing is wack 

#3 take a quick picture and video then release her!                                                These are facts of life. It’s not rocket science! 

 

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Doesnt gotta be a boat fish.  Lotta shorebound guys with comm licenses.

 

So as far as submitting it for a record, could a comm fish be submitted?  Either way, where the comm guy didnt catch it, i dont think any of my friends would be scummy enough to submit it as their catch for a record. 

 

But, would i want it for my wall??? 

Yeah.  And i could sponsor a couple fundraising dinners at the pacc!

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4 hours ago, pogie_boy said:

Doesnt gotta be a boat fish.  Lotta shorebound guys with comm licenses.

 

So as far as submitting it for a record, could a comm fish be submitted?  Either way, where the comm guy didnt catch it, i dont think any of my friends would be scummy enough to submit it as their catch for a record. 

 

But, would i want it for my wall??? 

Yeah.  And i could sponsor a couple fundraising dinners at the pacc!

i'd be there for the cod fish and taters..lol

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4 hours ago, robc22 said:

commercial caught fish don't count under igfa rules so......it a none issue........

 

even if on rod and reel figured that might be another one of those stipulations

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