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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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Offline 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!!

Offline mike89

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that's one big tuna on the home page!!!  wonder what they did with all that meat???   
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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 used to be cute and adorable. Then, I had my first birthday. Been downhill ever since.

Offline mike89

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A very nice salute to memorial day on the home page...   thanks HD.....
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Offline Dotch

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Agree. Thinking of all who served this weekend. After watching TC television news, I'd swear the holiday was to honor George Floyd. Little mention of our soldiers protecting our freedom. :rolleyes: Thanks HD!  :happy1:
« Last Edit: May 05/26/24, 09:43:42 AM by Dotch »
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Offline mike89

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Agree. Thinking of all who served this weekend. After watching TC television news, I'd swear the holiday was to honor George Floyd. Little mention of our soldiers protecting our freedom. :rolleyes: Thanks HD!  :happy1:

seen that too!!!   stopped watching real fast...   :puke: :puke:
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Offline LPS

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It has been 4 years since that happened.  Give it a big rest please.

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I will give CBS Sunday Morning kudos here. They had a story about interviews with several of the surviving WW II vets did with the National WW II Museum in New Orleans. It will allow future generations to ask questions of the veterans through AI & voice recognition, even though they have been long since departed. One of these days, all of those vets will be gone. I quit watching Sunday Morning after Charles Osgood was no longer host. Jane Pauley did a decent job so may have to tune that in again.

  https://www.cbsnews.com/news/this-week-on-sunday-morning-may-26-2024/
« Last Edit: May 05/26/24, 08:01:08 PM by Dotch »
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Offline glenn57

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2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Offline glenn57

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that article on the home page regarding smoked fish..........i'll kick his assets every day of the week!!!!!!!!! :sleazy: :happy1: :rotflmao:
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Offline mike89

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great home page!!!   too all the Fathers out there have a great day!!!    :happy1: :happy1:
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WOW!!!   what a buck on the home page!!!
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Offline Steve-o

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Past a certain point, how do you even score something like that?  :confused:

I know it ain't the way things have always been done, but I wonder if the 'fair' way to compare racks is to submerge them in water and measure the displacement.  Then the only thing you have left to argue about is whether or not the rack is typical or non-typical.  It would take all of the subjective politics out of it.  (Maybe  :embarrassed:)

Offline glenn57

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yea that is a pretty insane, crazy looking rack. looks cool though!!!!!!1 :happy1:
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Offline glenn57

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 :scratch: :scratch: i keep looking at that rack and wonder what the top 3 non typical racks look like???? :shocked: :scratch: :doah:
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Offline glenn57

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 :happy1: cool article on the home page about the Alaskan Elk management plan.. they'd be going friggin bonkers here in Mn of they did that!!!!!  :doofus:
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Offline Bobberineyes

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81 bears in a short span over 2 hunts is alot, and only 14 wolves. Gotta be some pissing and moaning from the activists..

Offline glenn57

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81 bears in a short span over 2 hunts is alot, and only 14 wolves. Gotta be some pissing and moaning from the activists..
yea the article did say activist where bellyaching, probably some that dont even know what an Elk looks like.  :rotflmao: they figure poaching is somewhat of an issue also!!!! 
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Offline mike89

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good for them!!!   :happy1: :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!