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Default Re: Fish - Smart / Notsmart?

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Originally Posted by Bigfly View Post
OK, it won't be scientific, but let's see if we can't get something usable out of this effort.
As far as a definition of "smart", lets just say they're able to learn and can get tougher to catch.
Since there are all kinds of fish, and fisher-persons, let's include age, yrs fished, and type of water fished (nameless dinky creek, famous destination waters, mid sized mountain stream, stocked pond, etc.).

So, which is it, in your expirience? Fish - Smart / Not-smart?

Jim
No easy answer,but fish can learn( something)...so its smart
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