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Thread: It's Not Easy Being Rainbow-Colored in the Lamar

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    Default It's Not Easy Being Rainbow-Colored in the Lamar

    To restore the native cutthroats, Yellowstone National Park is requiring visitors to kill all other fish they hook in the Lamar River and two of its tributaries.

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/19...n-war-on-fish/
    “Joe” Fred Turner
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    IMO-
    Cut throats under 22" give two strong head shakes and then come in like a wet sock. Plus they're dumb cause I've caught many.
    BUT, they were there first!
    You want something to worry about?
    Look at the Lion Fish explosion on salt water reefs or what the Humboldt Squid is doing to the Sea of Cortez!
    Don't get me started on Japan's demand for every over-fished critter in the ocean.
    Oh yeah, what about the stripers that are causing trout to leap over Norris Dam to safety?

    4X

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    Quote Originally Posted by fourx View Post
    Oh yeah, what about the stripers that are causing trout to leap over Norris Dam to safety?

    4X

    Hahaha, I know that's my main concern. Many hit by cars already
    Adam
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