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Offline glenn57

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interesting article about carp fishin.......not sure i'd agree with all his info, but. i caught a many a carp on the old garden worm fishin bullheads back in my younger years!!!!!
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Online mike89

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caught lots to fishing the rivers and creeks...   never really went after them only  but the best one I caught was ultra light equipment fishing for crappies!!!   what a fight!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Online mike89

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that's one big tuna on the home page!!!  wonder what they did with all that meat???   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline glenn57

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that's one big tuna on the home page!!!  wonder what they did with all that meat???
datz alot of canned tuna!!!!!!!! :rotflmao:
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Offline Steve-o

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I reckon it all depends on the quality of the meat.  I have no idea of how accurate this article is that I found on the Interconnected Web.

https://www.captaintroywetzel.com/fishing-charters/bluefin-vs-yellowfin-tuna/#:~:text=This%20is%20one%20of%20reasons,is%20around%20%24200%20per%20pound.

Bluefin Tuna is perhaps the most sought-after commercial fish worldwide. This is one of reasons that Bluefin Tuna is a very expensive fish. A 600-pound specimen sold for $3 million in a Japanese auction. It is primarily consumed in sashimi by Japan. The average price for Atlantic bluefin is around $200 per pound.

Offline tangle tooth

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      I read about carp fishing, too. I've caught a few. Never intentionally. Took hundreds ( maybe thousands) over the years with a fishing bow. They sure are ugly critters.
I wonder. Does Darth Vader have a sister named Ella? Bet she has her ups and downs.