CPR?

Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by gportsbaseball, Sep 11, 2008.

  1. gportsbaseball

    gportsbaseball New Member

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    i hear people often talking of CPRing a fish? ive never heard this before...what does it mean? :eek:oooh:
     
  2. Flatheadhunter33

    Flatheadhunter33 New Member

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    Catch, Photo, Release. If im wrong, Ive been that way for a long time now:roll_eyes::smile2:....
     

  3. Wvawitrado

    Wvawitrado New Member

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    YOUR WRONG!!!! LOL j/k
     
  4. gportsbaseball

    gportsbaseball New Member

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    ha ooo. thanks! lol thats all i do, honor the fish, never eat em', always release. unless of course its tuna or some kind of sea fish :tounge_out:
     
  5. john catfish young

    john catfish young New Member

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    Catch, photo, release is correct. Many catfishermen keep their catches and many release them. Its a personal choice that everyone makes. Personally I release most of what I catch. Every once in a while I will keep some channels or bluecats around the 5 lb range for a fish fry or the freezer for winter time food. I usually just target the monster catfish for the sport of it and release them all. Either way is fine. The most important thing is to have FUN!!!!!:wink:
     
  6. flathunter

    flathunter New Member

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    Justin, glad to see you cpr, we need all the help we can get.
     
  7. uttatoo

    uttatoo New Member

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    Catch and Release
    We support catch and release and you should too. We see nothing wrong with keeping fish for the table, but keep smaller fish to eat. Big fish don’t get big over night. Believe it or not most catfish will never grow to trophy size, so together we can preserve the giants we catch so others can enjoy that experience for years to come.
    Large fish also lay more eggs than smaller fish so they are better able to produce larger numbers of fish in the future. Only a few out of the spawn will ever grow to be trophy cats. So take a picture. It will last a lifetime and preserve the monsters we love forever to capture the hearts of others.




    from the mega cat crew