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FISH REMAINS IN PARKING LOTS AND ON ICE!

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WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE TO CLEAN THEIR FISH IN THE PARKING LOT OR ON THE ICE AND LEAVE THE REMAINS THERE? I went fishing tonight down to the Trailer Park Point and found the remains of 3 very nice walleyes in the parking lot, and the remains of several nice crappies left on the ice, WHY? I'm sure the walleyes were not caught off the point, so why clean them and leave the remains in the parking lot. I'm thinking this is somebody's way of saying "hey look at what I caught". I can't believe that that this is better than taking some pictures and posting them on a site like this. And to keep fish this size to eat, Why? I'm not saying that people shouldn't keep fish to eat, but why would you keep 3 fish of this size to eat? So to the person responsable for this, if you read this site, next time if you need someone to take some pictures of your fish let me know and I will be glad to come and take some for you. I didn't pick up the fish tonight as I didn't have anything to put them in but when I go down tomorrow you can be sure that I will take a trash bag and pick up somebody elses "look at what I caught" fish remains. THANKS [image]000_0065.jpg[/image] [image]000_0063.jpg[/image]

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