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Old 04-29-2008, 11:57 AM
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Default Re: Eat that fish, or release it?

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Originally Posted by MBWCC View Post
Thank you.

I believe it was Lefty Kreh who commented that state fish & game departments should "stop managing rivers & streams like they are grocery shelves". My apologies to Lefty if the quote isn't exactly correct, but you understand the point.

Every time someone takes a game fish (trout or other) out of a river, whether it be a stocked fish or a wild fish, there is one less opportunity for everyone to catch a fish. Game fish are too precious to waste in this manner--they should be left behind for the next fisherman, fisherwoman, etc.
Hi MBCC,

I like your thinking. Game fish is the key here and I may change my perspective on taking planters.

Frank
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