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Old 27-08-2013, 04:12 PM
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so one wrasse some time in its life wud probs say to another wrasse whilst swimming off and say "go fk ya self "
Very grown up
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Old 27-08-2013, 04:51 PM
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mackerel are very slow growing fish but nobody seems to care that they are slaughtered in their thousands every summer
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Old 27-08-2013, 05:15 PM
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I agree with most in saying they should be released but even when fishing the rock marks targeting codlings you sometimes can't help but catch them and by the time you've pulled them through the kelp they're already pooped and usually don't survive, how ever if I was shown a way to fillet and cook them I would deffo give it a try so not everything is wasted.
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I agree with most in saying they should be released but even when fishing the rock marks targeting codlings you sometimes can't help but catch them and by the time you've pulled them through the kelp they're already pooped and usually don't survive, how ever if I was shown a way to fillet and cook them I would deffo give it a try so not everything is wasted.
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Filleting Wrasse - Knowing this could save you a lot of money

And another simple recipe:

Farm Direct. Wrasse Fillets with Coriander & Lime Butter

Unfortunately the British attitude towards seafood tends to be that it's got to be cod or haddock, served with deep-fried potatoes and preferably the bag they come in or the plate they're served on deep-fried too.

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Aye lick me bollocks. Nothing wrong with the site just the same pricks thinking they know everything.
Does that make you one as your disagreeing with a fact???
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Old 27-08-2013, 08:29 PM
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Personally I would catch and release and take it one step further and have the species removed from a list of fish you can weigh in at a match with the possible exception of a catch&release match.
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Never kept one as I heard they were rubbish to eat-mind if they were tasty like Bass I would keep them to eat.
Up to the individual I suppose.
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This type of rubbish pops up every so often, same the anti bass brigade. Most people return them alive, but no one should be made to feel guilty for killing a legally sized fish of any species for the table or weigh in.
Its not as if hordes of anglers are trawling all the rock marks like wild animals, hell bent on killing of the ballan wrasse species!
No fish deserves to die anymore than the next one, be it cod, wrasse, bass, slow growing, fast growing imo.
The odd wrasse kept here and there will have no effect on wrasse numbers whatsoever
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well said Hotdog.
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the topic will sharp fade away when winter creeps in as not many are caught from shore they go in deeper water into there binladen caves in the deep water so no more blow it out ya arse campaign carry on but ya still get the odd daft one turns up for a quick debate munch
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