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Re: A life at sea...

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Originally Posted by hellosailor View Post
"Don't hurt him Daddy"

Well, I would say it is never to young to make a Vegan. I give them credit, it is just not my way. Instead I would teach them the way of the Inuit and many others, that the fish is giving his life to support ours, and that in turn we should thank him, and make his death as quick and painless as possible. Which is sometimes called "responsible" or "merciful" hunthing these days.

What I absolutely can't fathom is "catch and release" which to me sounds like "wound and abuse the fish for no prupose, torture and torment him in the capture, and then go throw him back to do it all over again."
Especially when you catch the same fish twice!

Most fish get the hook in their 'lip??' and not a big deal. Catfish do sometimes, but are just as happy to swallow it whole. Those are the ones that are tough to get out.

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