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    Close, but it would probably help if you squeeze it really hard around the middle as well...keeps 'em under control... If that doesn't work, you can stun the fish by dropping it on the bank really hard first as well...
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    If you don't have a club use a rock to smash it with so it'll stay put for the photo.....thats what I do?
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