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The Cruelty Of Catch And Release Fishing

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Oh, the tree huggers...

 

"When they’re removed from their natural environment, they’re no longer able to breathe. Just imagine that horrible feeling you’d experience if you were underwater, unable to get enough air."

 

That's what catch and release is? You take them out for a couple of seconds, and you put them back in so they can breathe. And if a person needs to breathe while they're underwater, all they need to do is resurface. Not really a horrible feeling unless you didn't know how to swim and were drowning..

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Oh, the tree huggers

PETA? The link won't come through, looks like it's a banned site on this forum.

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PETA? The link won't come through, looks like it's a banned site on this forum.

 

Yea I googled the link and that's the first one that popped up.

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I like this one:

"Imagine that you’re a fish, darting around your watery home and finding tasty snacks to enjoy. Now, imagine that you bite into one of those snacks and suddenly feel searing pain as a sharp hook rips through your mouth."

I wonder how those "tasty snacks" feel as they're being eaten by the fish. :D

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I wonder how those "tasty snacks" feel as they're being eaten by the fish. :D

 

Is the "tasty snack" released?

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It amazes me how we, as humans, attach our feelings and reactions to different circumstances to the animal world. It also amazes me how minority groups can sway the opinions of  the uninformed. The brain of a fish doesn't contain a section governing emotions, it has none.  The above water environment contains more oxygen than a fish's watery one, but to the uneducated, their argument makes sense.
WE MUST BAND TOGETHER

and voice the truth about catch and release to the uninformed multitudes before these half brained morons turn them into puppets for their cause...................Too over the top?

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It amazes me that people think fish don't feel pain, but heaven forbid someone's dog dies, then all of the sudden "he was a member of the family"

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Fish lack the part of the brain that transmits pain.

 

Regardless,

 

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I'd be more worried about the bucket brigades than the catch and release fishermen....

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We don't entertain the garbage and hyped-up lies doled out by the mindless cult mentality known as PETA.

 

We're done here.

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