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Old 02-11-2008, 01:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Let's do this, gentlemen! no hitting below the belt and no insults.

I like keeping lakers, and walleyes. I still assert my beliefs that it hurts the fish when you pull them out of insane depths.
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I keep fish ever now and then!
but 90% of the time i throw them back!
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I will also say that if it's not big enough in my book, I'll toss it back.
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I thought you were against me Lakester!!! Your last comment seems to agree with my bitching about keeping panfish to get a piece of gum sized filet!!!!!!
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I'm with DBM! 90% Release over all. But some fish are more like 80% Kill and some are 100% Release it just depends!
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I thought you were against me Lakester!!! Your last comment seems to agree with my *****ing about keeping panfish to get a piece of gum sized filet!!!!!!
a 6 inch perch is dinner to me. same with bluegills.

I don't keep guppies.
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I WOULD NOT HAVE KEPT THESE!!!!!

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Tomorrow I go out and catch the smaller variety of panfish shown in a previous post say for instance at a place likt Chatfield Ponds. Do I keep them in order to help kill off the small perch? Or let it go hoping someday it will turn into something respectable?
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I thought you were against me Lakester!!! Your last comment seems to agree with my *****ing about keeping panfish to get a piece of gum sized filet!!!!!!
what if we were keeping them for bait for these!
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what if i wanted to eat them?
what if i told u , i dont have a job, i needed to feed my daughter and wife! would u still say its bad? what kind of person are u?
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