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Offline Lee Borgersen

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Offline Steve-o

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Indeed they are.   :Fish:  I have a friend who broke his trout fly rod hooking into a smallie. 

Offline Glenn_S

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We need to require background checks for fishing for them and red flag laws if you PLAN to fish for them. And implement a 5 bait limit on your tacklebox. No high-capacity tacklebags!
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