Thread: Ethics of C&R
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Old 08-26-2007, 06:56 PM
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Default Another thing to mention

I too practice C&R, have been for years and years...I too believe and understand as one of the other posters mentioned that most fish caught and released do survive. It is unfortunate if we happen to foul hook a fish or damage a fish in the process, however a great benefit of C&R is that all or most of the fish that are caught and released still has the ability to spawn. To me this is one of the main reasons that most of us practice C&R to help ensure our little part in the survival of a species not one particular fish.
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