Monday, September 27, 2010

Why you shouldn't chuck bait


...a "long line release" is preferable.

14 comments:

  1. You guys crack me up. Funny shit!

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  2. is he standing on your tighty-whities?

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  3. Looks like you are using a circle hook since "it" is hooked in the corner of the mouth. Good job! It lessens getting them gut hooked in order to increase survival when releasing them to catch another day. Or did you keep and fillet this one?

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  4. Did you call the coroner?

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  5. I forgot to add, you may want to check with your Fish & Game Dept and make sure this is not some new invasive species.

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  6. Looks like he's spawning.

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  7. @Jay- As long as its nothing structural, you should be fine with a little body filler in those cracks.

    @micah- socks...

    @Luciano- I tried to release him, but he wouldn't go away. Now he lives in my house.

    @MG- I wonder if AZ Game and Fish has a record for largest dead body?

    @Nate- I have heard it through the walls...

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  8. My god man.

    And not like Kyle is my personal god, man, more like Hunter S. Thompson style.

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  9. just cut the line, it might bite you!

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  10. Holy shit dude, you caught a SOW Manatee. I thought we only had them in Florida.

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  11. "Holy shit dude, you caught a SOW Manatee. I thought we only had them in Florida."

    Are those prop scars or stretch marks???

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  12. Do not gaze directly at the Caucasian: severe eye - and psychic - damage may occur.

    Send that back to the depths from which it came.

    Geez, Kyle,any more appearances with Slapwakt at Punk/Goth clubs?

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  13. Gold star for Keith.

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