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grey, I asked the question politely. quit raging. Like I said, there are limits in place for a reason and you can keep your limit if you so wish.
What I'm wondering is why people insist on keeping their limit and even if they do, how they can possibly eat fish that often such that it doesn't go bad. (ie 8 kokanee lined up nicely)

All I've ever seen you post are dead fish..that or a a fish improperly landed and laying in grass only to go on to "catch and release."

Also, no shit you don't keep fish out of's a muddy pond.

People bitch about "beak007" in here. I can understand why he makes fun at people...everyone on here is a short-fused spaz.

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