p.s my dog thinks I'm the S@#T
They're gonna go bad anyway when the dollar collapses soon, the power grid goes down... We need to eat them NOW!
pissing and moaning over a under the limit catch, unreel, even if it was a limit, isnt that the law, must have never seen an inshore netter in ft pierce.
My rule outside of standard regulations is "don't waste it" and freezing it is not wasting it. I put plenty of fish in the freezer for future use. Not like I have a chest freezer full or anything, but if you store it properly it is fine for a very long time. I don't get out enough to have the luxury of fresh fish all the time, so if I am lucky enough to have a great day, the freezer gets replenished. When I lived on a creek I never froze anything because I could paddle out at any given time and come home with fresh fish, but those were the good ol' days. Now I'm lucky if I get out twice a month.
My thoughts exactly!
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This thread needs to move back to FISHING! Soooo about the flounder fishing...
You guys make it look so easy!
If I don't get offshore this weekend and see if the gags have moved in, I'll be scouting around in the Grady for my first doormat too!
Do you think the will be as thick around the nearshore wrecks and reefs?
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