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Jul 02, 2013

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Palazzo

You have to be a PERFECT idiot to take pride in killing a 200-year living being. Especially as true sportsmen in the field now endeavour to establish catch and release as the standard for decent, sustainable sports fishing. One more proof that many North Americans are still not literate enough about what´s going on with our planet... sad indeed.

Sergio CT

There needs to be a way for anglers to be able to prove their catches are records and still be able to free the fish, no? Digital photography with a scale? Official scales on boats? Certified captains that can weigh and measure? How much longer might this mighty fish have lived?

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