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    Well PETA is an American group and fishing there is largely seen as a sport. Americans largely whore it out as some sort of extreme manly thing and do not care about the fish or anything. I think they do have a valid point to be against this.

    They also make good points about whaling, finning sharks, and so on.

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    I am pro fishing.

    i am bad at it but feel that it is a skill i would like to have.

    Learn to feed yourself.

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    When I was a boy my father and I went hunting and fishing almost every weekend .I am more of a hunter but when I joined the Marines I served in a Reconnaissance unit and we were constantly out in the Atlantic under all weather conditions.Off duty we would take the boats out and fish .Alone in the Atlantic with a storm coming up and the fish are running is an exiting feeling.When I was stationed in Norway we fished whenever we could.In Montana where fly fishing is king I have spent many hours in the tributaries of the Missouri with a bamboo fly rod!I asked my Dad what he though about catch and release when he got older.In typical Viking style he kind of looked at me and replied; Well that is kinda what we do ,hey, catchum and releaseum -right into the fryin pan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kogen View Post
    Well PETA is an American group and fishing there is largely seen as a sport. Americans largely whore it out as some sort of extreme manly thing and do not care about the fish or anything. I think they do have a valid point to be against this.

    They also make good points about whaling, finning sharks, and so on.
    Actually the American Anglers have a good reputation for Care of sport fish which they have caught, and lead the way in returning large specimen fish in good condition to their habitat.

    There are real differences to Sport fishing and game fishing, With sport fishing the aim is to return the fish to their spawning ground as quickly and humanely as possible. (After some photo's of course!)

    With Game fishing / Hunting the aim is to eat the fish, so it is killed as quickly as possible for storage. Infact I would say that someone who hunts fish for their dinner table would give it more respect than the trawlers who put the Cod into the local fish and chip shop or Fresh fish counter of the supermarket.

    I can understand peoples problem with Fox Hunting for example as this provides no food, just pest control and a jolly good laugh for the upper classes.

    Infact the real problem we have in this country with people mistreating fish are the immigrants (esp. Polish) who like to eat Large carp from fisheries after catching them very inhumanely... and those who steal and mistreat large specimen fish to make money by selling them to dealers.

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    well I have not been Fishing since i was about 15 But my daughter came home and said"Dad when are we going fishing" so i will have to get the gear again

    my Other half does not like fresh fish ...she say's its the smell

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    Fishing

    Greetings to all

    I love fishing and am out there any chance I get.The stones that I fish off are 5 minutes walk from my place. Very handy.
    I only fish for surface fish such as Bonito, Salmon, Tailor (Bluefish in America), Kingfish, etc. off the stones (pic of my local spot attached. Lge 3.2mg file) or beach. Then there's Bream, Whiting and Flathead on the sandflats.
    Ninety percent of my fishing is spinning, I'm too impatient to just sit still with a bait in the water waiting for something to pop by.
    I practice and support catch and release. Only keep what you want to eat.

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    I love to eat halibut, a big one will fill up the freezers of several guys. Problem is, there is only a 2 fish limit on halibut here, so if you catch two 30 pounders instead of two 150 pounders, your skunked! Takes an ocean vessel to do, more expensive gear but well worth the yearly trip to Deep Creek down on the Kenai!


    I call this photo "Fillet and release"

    I always have plenty of salmon. Most of my pals dip-net it. Fishing with a rod is fun but requires time. Rod fishing=for fun. Dip netting=for food. The Department boys count the salmon swimming upstream and when enough have passed by to replenish the numbers for next year, they turn the dip netters loose on the surplus. All salmon are doomed when they come inland anyhow. Wolves, bears, eagles, ravens, other fish... everyone needs to eat old salmon. I like mine smoked or baked (herbs and butter).

    My father likes to trout fish, my grandpa liked to troll for barracuda.

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    Anyone Go Fishing ?

    Myself and some friends hired a boat on Sunday there, and did some North Sea fishing. We all took home a good bag of cod.
    They tell me that the cod fishing of Norway is brand new (excellent) I'll need to take some time off and get out there one day, it sounds brill.

    Just wondered if there were any other fishing enthusiast in here....

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    I love fishing, but I haven't fished in years. This is a great place to fish, if you ever visit Texas or Oklahoma.

    http://www.laketexomaonline.com/home.asp


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rightpath View Post
    Actually the American Anglers have a good reputation for Care of sport fish which they have caught, and lead the way in returning large specimen fish in good condition to their habitat.
    Well I am just going by my own experience of them. On American TV, they play rock music and show them catching fish as extreme sport. They use all sorts of sensor devices and so on that totally eliminates any sort of skill.

    If they do help fish environments, then that is fine, but is there any real reason why they need to act so 'American' about it?

    There are real differences to Sport fishing and game fishing, With sport fishing the aim is to return the fish to their spawning ground as quickly and humanely as possible. (After some photo's of course!)
    And the purpose of this is?

    If they want to do that, then they can go play a video game or something. Annoying fish is stupid.

    With Game fishing / Hunting the aim is to eat the fish, so it is killed as quickly as possible for storage. Infact I would say that someone who hunts fish for their dinner table would give it more respect than the trawlers who put the Cod into the local fish and chip shop or Fresh fish counter of the supermarket.
    Yes, and this is fine. The entire population here used to live like this until Canadians decided to 'manage' it and used trollers. Now the cod here are endangered.

    Even into the 1900s, people here used Cod here has a currency due to the abundance/value.

    I can understand peoples problem with Fox Hunting for example as this provides no food, just pest control and a jolly good laugh for the upper classes.
    It depends on one's definition of 'pest'.

    For a retarded chicken farmer unable to build a coop properly, yes. For someone with a rodent problem in their field, no - it is a blessing.

    Infact the real problem we have in this country with people mistreating fish are the immigrants (esp. Polish) who like to eat Large carp from fisheries after catching them very inhumanely... and those who steal and mistreat large specimen fish to make money by selling them to dealers.
    Our problems mainly come from Canadians who are unable to understand fishing, idiot poachers, 'natives' who abuse their undeserved rights, and the EU illegaly dumping oil/stealing our fish (mostly France and Spain; still being upset that they do not own our island anymore).

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