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Old 08-03-2014, 02:55 PM   #8373
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Maybe I should consider investing in underground shelter construction companies. If I can't cure a problem then at least I can make a profit from it.
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Old 08-03-2014, 03:18 PM   #8374
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Maybe I should consider investing in underground shelter construction companies. If I can't cure a problem then at least I can make a profit from it.
I have shares for sale... you know how to reach me....
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Read many of your posts so can we now talk about something worthwhile like fly fishing?
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Old 08-03-2014, 03:48 PM   #8376
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The flys don't like that... They want us to focus on fishing with worms...
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Makes me want to trash my old traditional fly rods. Another talks about cooking but I always catch and release. Better to let others dine on the catch.
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Makes me want to trash my old traditional fly rods. Another talks about cooking but I always catch and release. Better to let others dine on the catch.
I will eat fresh fish - especially sand bass - perch of any kind - catfish - hybrid bass - stripers - anything from the sea - and even trout - but all according to the likelihood that the fish will survive - and within the legal slots for conservation - and assuming the waters are producing edible fish. Eek for sure.... As one who fished black bass tournaments in my boating youth - I have long practiced catch and release with them - but have fried a few up too. Catch and release is a good practice when it's good for the fish and location. But if the fish are going to die (unlike this thread) upon release or the balance of the fish population needs some relief - I have a skillet just the right size!

Now if I could drop this thread in some hot oil - that might do it.
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Fried thread.... Ummm


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... But if the fish are going to die (unlike this thread) upon release or the balance of the fish population needs some relief - I have a skillet just the right size!

You will love Lake Erie carp then. Heat up the skillet. They are nearly dead and floating around near the shore. Just pick 'me up by hand.
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You will love Lake Erie carp then. Heat up the skillet. They are nearly dead and floating around near the shore. Just pick 'me up by hand.

Oh ya, just smother in bacon... I found it cuts the chemical taste somewhat...


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You will love Lake Erie carp then. Heat up the skillet. They are nearly dead and floating around near the shore. Just pick 'me up by hand.
Too many bones.... unless ya bake or pickle em.... I have not been to Lake Erie so when I get there you come show me how it's done. Never seen such a thing so no experience with such a thing. In fact maybe we show the thread Lake Erie - that might kill it.
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