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Johnny_Da_Der

An interesting article

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Nice "theory". Too bad it doesn't happen in real life. If it did our lakes would be full of huge pike, giant bluegills, and slab crappies.

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Im not saying it doesnt work sometimes on some lakes with some species of fish in some countries, but it defininatly shouldnt convince people to start keeping all the big fish they catch and letting small ones go, it just doesnt work as most of us have learned and witnessed ourselves. You can find evidence and statistics to bend and twist to make almost any "theory" seem true, wheather it is or not.

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