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Mad Dog if you have to kill pike remember to kill the tiny pike as well.

Tiny pike eat fish fry.

Big pike eat little pike, as well as all the other fish.

In England if you only kill big pike you can end up with what's called a "stunted water", all the other fish suffer as a result and you are plagued by hammer handle size pike.
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In England if you only kill big pike you can end up with what's called a "stunted water", all the other fish suffer as a result and you are plagued by hammer handle size pike.
Makes sense, here, we eat the mid sized fish, letting the bigger fish go.
Reason being the big fish have a very coarse fillet due to their size, whereas the mid size fish are just very tasty and tender.
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Heres a few of my simple vids:
This first vid was day one of our annual camping trip on Pickersgill Island, some good underwater footage of Kahawai on the hook:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=jpX14cfrn0cAnd this was a snorkling trip with some other mates to Whangamata, diving for Abalone and Sea Urchins, we had to go down a wicked cliff to get there:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=pYpeqAQc-nEA picture of New Zealand Paua:

The shell makes a beautiful jewelry piece:
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heres kyra and here blue gill
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Mate, that pic is just too cute!:D
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heres one where i thought she was going to just eat the fish right then and there. then i figured out she was say'n cheese

little bass by the way
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heres one where i thought she was going to just eat the fish right then and there. then i figured out she was say'n cheese
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Haha, my mum has a pic of me when I was about 4, all you can see of the fish is the tail poking out of my mouth, it's not a digital pic though. :D
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Yeah Kyra saw the pics of her with the fish while i was posting it. And that opened up an arguement we had 2 days ago about how birds eat worms "she says no daddy fish eat worms not birds" the whole arguement involved 4 words nuh uh and uh huh!!
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I really hope to have children one day(just so I can go fishing with them), your daughter is adorable.

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It was fun a few summers back, Ari (pretty much my little sister, turned 11 a few days back) caught her first fish on a cast.
I set her up with a light rig, taught her how to cast with only a sinker on first, then when she could cast with out hooking anyone, we put a small lure on.
Then she proceeded to cast out again and again.
10mins later:
"DEANO DEANO I GOT A FISH, WHAT DO I DO????!!!!"
"WELL WIND IT IN THEN!!!!!" :D

Haha, still got the pic on my cell phone, I'll see if I can down load it some how.
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Here we go, a crappy pic off my phone of the huge Spottie:
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thats a biggun. Yeah kids are great "when raised right" They double as universal remotes to. Kyra get mommy/a beer/whatever. And they don't need batteries oh and work on things other than the TV,VCR DVD player. Just love feed and water and they'll come back for more.
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thats a biggun. Yeah kids are great "when raised right" They double as universal remotes to. Kyra get mommy/a beer/whatever. And they don't need batteries oh and work on things other than the TV,VCR DVD player. Just love feed and water and they'll come back for more.
Hahaha, yup true!
I like being the really big brother, as Meg and Ari never see me as the bad guy, even when I tell them off, which ain't often, they're good kids. :D
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Guy caught this in Ship Creek yesterday morning. 35+ pound King Salmon, they're not running yet, been a slow spring, but action should heat up next week. I'll be headed out then to bring some home to smoke.:D
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Guy caught this in Ship Creek yesterday morning. 35+ pound King Salmon, they're not running yet, been a slow spring, but action should heat up next week. I'll be headed out then to bring some home to smoke.:D
Beautiful mate!

Been smoking Kahawai this morning, mmmmn, hot smoked fish and bread for lunch. :D
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Been smoking Kahawai this morning, mmmmn, hot smoked fish and bread for lunch. :D
Been itching to break out the smoker, now is the time.:D
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Mad Dog,
Fished a few times myself on Ship Creek when on vacation. Unfortunatley, never had that kind of luck. Cooper's Landing on the Kenai was a great place for fishing as well. The purple egg-sucking leech was the fly of magic on that trip. Nice pictures and thanks for sharing. God Bless! Jerry
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Decent rainbow I caught in the Smokies:

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Jug fishing at my secondary BOL. Nice to know I can eat well if I have to bug out from my bug out.

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