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baitshopboy

"I need some help guys"

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I recently started a project for an english class and was just wondering/ need aome opions on this topic:

"What do you all think about the new regulation on cleaning fish in your fish house on special regulation lake?"

thanks in advance for your opion.... both sides would be great, because it is an open ended research paper.

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It's about time! I am glad to see that they have finally made this "legal". In my opinion if a guy is out to poach the regulations make no difference to them so you may as well let the folks that abide by the law enjoy a legal meal fish on the ice if they would like.

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It's about time! I am glad to see that they have finally made this "legal". In my opinion if a guy is out to poach the regulations make no difference to them so you may as well let the folks that abide by the law enjoy a legal meal fish on the ice if they would like.


Yep... I agree... If someone is going to poach... They're going to poach anyway.

Last year I knew a guy on ML who wanted to eat fish in his sleeper... All of legal size etc... So he made a section of his floor that came up to put the carcass under just in case he got inspected...

It's dumb to have to go to those lengths just to eat a fresh meal of Walleye.

I prefer not to freeze my Walleye solid on the ice sheet, if I'm out for 3-4 days... I enjoy fresh, and if I catch one at 4:30... I'd love to be eating him at 5:00!

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I'm glad they changed the regulation to allow you to eat fish on the ice....especially in the days with all the fancy houses we have now and the time people spend in them. It is nice to see a regulation that "allows us to do something" rather than "prohibits us from doing something."

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I like the idea. I also like fish, and it would be nice to have a meal in the shack once in awile.

If the fisherman dispose of the remains properly, as I'm sure most sportsman would do, it would be a better experience for everyone.

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