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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-30-2018 07:23 AM
Dick Hanks It's been 2 years..... This awesome post needs a fresh bump.
08-06-2016 07:52 AM
Bird That post change the way I handle all landed fish. I bleed all my fish and when I clean them, they get rinsed in saltwater not freshwater. It really does make a difference.
03-04-2016 09:21 AM
Fishin' Soldier Great read! This thread is an antique!
10-23-2015 10:11 AM
Captain Dave
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Originally Posted by Wakerider1424 View Post
I just thought this was way too cool, posted almost ten years ago! Way too useful to be archived that far back!
True Dat.. Should be a Sticky. Too much info is always a great thing for peeps to read over and become more heath aware.

Instigator Rocks !
10-22-2015 06:21 AM
Friendswoodmatt nice post -- thanks
10-22-2015 12:08 AM
Wakerider1424 I just thought this was way too cool, posted almost ten years ago! Way too useful to be archived that far back!
09-07-2006 02:23 PM
Crazy fisher bump, it that time again
04-25-2006 04:28 PM
WAHOO-YAHOO No, it works. Most people have some form of booze on the boat. Just try it. I don't know the biochemical or meatphysical reason for it, but that fish wont move again.

Erik
04-25-2006 04:25 PM
gostomskij
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Originally Posted by WAHOO-YAHOO
I have a question for ya. I carry a sport bottle (squirt bottle) of cheap booze on the boat to render fish instantly paralized. Is it bad for the meat? After you gaff the fish you squirt the etoh (rum or bourbon) in their mouth over the gills and instantly, BAM, not a wiggle more. I do it to save the cleanup and prevent all of the dancing around on deck.

Erik

I have never heard of this. For all the "Fishologist" out there, what is the reason? OR, are you just trying to see how many might try this?

Victor
04-25-2006 04:16 PM
WAHOO-YAHOO I have a question for ya. I carry a sport bottle (squirt bottle) of cheap booze on the boat to render fish instantly paralized. Is it bad for the meat? After you gaff the fish you squirt the etoh (rum or bourbon) in their mouth over the gills and instantly, BAM, not a wiggle more. I do it to save the cleanup and prevent all of the dancing around on deck. After reading this post I wonder is it good for the meat, bad for the meat or inconsequential?
Any idea Great Sushi man?

BTW, I really like this post! My wife calls me an information junkie I suppose that's true.. Keep it up.

Erik
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