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South Fyn


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From: ernesto guevara · amigodeernesto·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted February 29th 2012

ahhh, of course that if the fish is dead does not make a difference .... But this is how to hold the fish in the South American is terrible, very ugly! It's a cultural difference, for here the real fly fisherman killed very few fish, there are other fishermen types who kill fish in any situation, unfortunately......

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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted February 29th 2012


This is a dead fish... I doubt it will feel any difference.
Bright Danish seatrout are mostly killed for eating, and this seems to be ready for the pan too.


From: ernesto guevara · amigodeernesto·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted February 28th 2012

The fingers in the gills of fish. An ancient practice and damaging! Let's stop this ignorance

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