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On 24/06/2018 at 15:53, twobob said:

Didn't think it was big enough

Don't you start ffs..lol

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13 hours ago, NEWKID said:

Don't you start ffs..lol

Why has it taken so long to reply ?you been counting my national insurance contribution lol

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54 minutes ago, twobob said:

Why has it taken so long to reply ?you been counting my national insurance contribution lol

Yeah, and you won't believe it but I ran out of fingers! Lol

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You guys and Carp fishing, your going to hate this.....

Over here you pull out as many as you can, even when not targeting them !

Then you kill every one of them as the 'fine' for NOT doing that, is huge per fish.

Or even killing them and putting them back in the water attracts the same 'fine'.

My daughter and I did a fish session and pulled around 30+ carp out in 30min. and binned them all, it was like a feeding frenzy, they were everywhere.

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32 minutes ago, 17hornet said:

You guys and Carp fishing, your going to hate this.....

Over here you pull out as many as you can, even when not targeting them !

Then you kill every one of them as the 'fine' for NOT doing that, is huge per fish.

Or even killing them and putting them back in the water attracts the same 'fine'.

My daughter and I did a fish session and pulled around 30+ carp out in 30min. and binned them all, it was like a feeding frenzy, they were everywhere.

It was the same when I lived in Germany ... anything that came of out the rivers or lakes had to be killed .......

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Well, not everything that comes out of the river is to be killed here, native fish (Australian origin) are protected by size or species, sometimes both.

Some are fully protected, even though they are supposed to be extinct, yes EXTINCT. I have caught an "extinct" fish and reported it, only to be told where they are thriving in habitat, they dont tell the public that the fish are not extinct otherwise the fish will be hunted down for capture and blackmarket sales.

Invasive imported species are classified as pest fish and that is why we have to kill them, and there are some HUGE examples of them in the river, pretty wild when you have them on your line, great fun. I used to hunt Carp in the Torrens river in the middle of the City with a fly rod, it was common for me to fill a 65L rubbish bin in an afternoon, used to let passers by have a fish rod and tackle the buggers. LOL  It was great to watch them fighting a 15kg fish on a fly rod. 😄😄

I didnt know that about Germany, maybe the rules are like ours, I heard there is a fresh water Crayfish issue in European Countries and the UK.

Redclaw Crayfish ??

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