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Old 11-13-2015, 07:46 PM
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Old 11-13-2015, 08:31 PM
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If there's one thing they're good at...


...it's decimating a resource without any remorse.
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Old 11-13-2015, 09:14 PM
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How do the fish come off the hooks so easy. That's probably better than mile long purse nets.
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If there's one thing they're good at...


...it's decimating a resource without any remorse.

They are a drop in the barrel.
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Old 11-14-2015, 02:53 AM
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Meh,I catch them like that all the time when I take my skiff 60 miles out
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Bonita..??

Who the hell eats them?
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Originally Posted by leonreno View Post
How do the fish come off the hooks so easy. That's probably better than mile long purse nets.
I have always wondered that to .
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I completely misinterpreted the title to this thread...........
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Bonita..??

Who the hell eats them?
There may be a market for human consumption somewhere in the world, chances are these will be processed into fish meal and fish byproduct meal. If you are not familiar with this industry, I recommend folks do a little internet research on it, it is an eye opening experience to read about. We rightfully rant and rave about the unsustainable fisheries practiced around the world. These irresponsible countries convert much of this product into fish meal, then we support it by purchasing the fish meal which is included in the diets of nearly all the animals that we eat in this country chickens, beef, pigs, etc. it is also in much of our pet food too. Im not judging, unless you are a vegetarian with no pets, which I am not, we all indirectly support these practices.

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I have always wondered that to .
When I used to fish king fish commercially using downriggers and planers, it worked the same way. Reel the downrigger up to the planer, handline the king to the boat, whip the fish in and when it hits the deck the drone spoon normally dislogdes and you throw it in the water and start again. It is the same principle as keeping tension on the line while fighting a fish. If you give it slack the hook can come out pair that with the inertia of hitting a hard surface. My guess is they are also using barbless hooks to streamline the process.

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This is a fairly extreme example, but single hook-and-line fishing is probably the cleanest and most sustainable form of commercial fishing. As mentioned above, it's leaps and bounds better than purse seining, long-lining, gill netting, etc. With this type of fishing there is absolutely no bycatch and therefore little waste. The question of sustainability is addressed by fleetwide quotas for each species. We have them here in the US, not so sure about these guys.
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Bonita..??

Who the hell eats them?

At least mostly skipjack.tuna. Which is what a lot of the non-albacore canned tuna comes from, along with I belleve yellowfin, bigeye and maybe atlantic bonito..

Barbless jigs used and plenty of live bait tossed in by the water jets to keep them frenzied.
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The fish come off the hook easily, simply because it is not a hook as you know it, it is simply a strong kind of barbless "bend" as long as there is tension on the line, the "hook" stays in, the fish hits the deck, line goes slack, and it just falls out, ready to be flipped back in to catch another one. It is called Tuna Poling, ans was once a very common practice, the fish are brought to the very side of the boat with bait untill they are in a frenzy, water is often sprayed onto the surface to imitate a bait fish school.
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Honey Lets Nip Out.....

was the reason I came to this thread...

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Honey Lets Nip Out.....

was the reason I came to this thread...

There is a sandbar thread dedicated only to this!!!!!

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There is a sandbar thread dedicated only to this!!!!!

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Gotta see that, how about a link?
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I completely misinterpreted the title to this thread...........
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Originally Posted by jtburf View Post
There is a sandbar thread dedicated only to this!!!!!

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Gotta see that, how about a link?

http://www.thehulltruth.com/sand-bar...e-tit-out.html
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