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Discussion in 'LOCAL KANSAS TALK' started by PeterBeutler, Jun 18, 2008.
Around what size do you guys start using the cpr method?
Part of it depends on the body of water you are fishin. I think that 10 lbs is a good number to start releasing though. I throw most of mine back. Its not that I dont like eatin them its just that I hate cleanin them.:smile2: The rule in my family has always been, you catch it,you clean it. :wink:
good post couldnt have said it better myself
yea i couldent have said it any better either gus. i dont like to clean my fish unless im gonna eat it soon. usually give it to my uncle he loves fish.
I CPR everything over 5 lbs. A 5 lb. channel is a pretty healthy fish, and it can easily be 8 lbs. the next season. 2 and 3 lbers. are the best eaters in my opinion anyway. :big_smile:
I only eat crappie bluegill and walleye. I don't begrudge a guy keeping a couple of eaters. Don't kill the big ones takes 'em too long to get big. My moron uncle however always wants to keep the bigger ones much to my dismay. I only keep them when someone with me wants some. Every knucklehead I see keeps all the bigger ones even in a small lake.
Well here comes the nasty PM's to me again but i CPR all my cats!!:big_smile: I don't eat them, but I think the magic number is 10lbs. I think it has to do witht he fish size in the body of water also. Thanks for CPR efforts every little bit help since I counted almost 400 jugs the other night on Badin.:angry:
What Kyle said!! Besides, my main challenge is to catch 'em big enough to eat!
Mark, the impression you left me with, your biggest challenge was to CATCH a Catfish, then you can start thinking about eating one:smile2::smile2::smile2:
PLEASE Jim--Leave me my dreams!!