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Posted by pmorris on 26 May 2011 - 02:49 PM
Posted by Perry on 23 March 2013 - 05:48 PM
Posted by mattd on 06 November 2013 - 01:11 PM
Every post I see on here from you always trying to stir up ****. You really add no value because of your uneducated statements and "I am always right" attitude.
Don't ever make negative statements about what you "assume" is happening in a pic.....especially one I posted. Feel free to PM about it before you act like a keyboard coward.
Perhaps if you had someone to teach you, then you would think before you speak. I thought not to long ago you were leaving the site...what happened?? got bored???
You've got guys posting pictures of them teaching there kids to roll cast in areas where if they hook a salmon,
Posted by Stradicman on 18 September 2013 - 10:35 AM
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Posted by StripperGuide on 25 July 2014 - 07:39 PM
Cant poach it if its not here.....open pen aquaculture killed our salmon stocks . I will go as far as saying it is probably the reason for the cod collapse as well. Everything was gone in the early 90's....open pens were put in in the mid 80's . Our North Shore salmon get slaughtered by natives with nets,spears and their
traditional jigging , then their are the ones in Greenland netting and then you have the ones who tag their grilse, and the poaching from whitey in the spring and fall . The only difference with the ones on the North shore is there is no open penn sites there . But the salmon are still surviving with all the odds stacked against them . NfLD has so many poachers it will blow your mind . That's why they catch them cause there is so much of it going on . Sad really . Oh yeah on the West coast of NfLDthere is Conn River . It is in dire straights and there is no season for salmon there.....but it is the only river on that side that has a open net fin fish farm......weird eh?
Posted by Perry on 30 June 2014 - 03:34 PM
When I heard the news I was deeply saddened. Richard was a regular contributer to the site a few years ago and his photos and videos were well done and showed the activities of a man born to be an outdoorsman. Once you got to know him he was more than that, a good friend, family man and generous with his knowledge. He was a angler who could catch a fish in a sponge and it would be a good one. I searched my notes for a prayer that felt would be approiate and would like to share.
I pray that I may live to fish...
Until my dying day.
And when it comes to
my last cast,
I then most humbly pray:
When in the Lord's
great landing net
And peacefully asleep
That in His mercy I be judged
Big enough to keep.
No question in my mind!! Peace