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    Default Re: Question for the UK crowd

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    I have done Plenty of Fishing
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    @VictorCharlie what do you fish for on your side of the pond?
    @Greenbeanz I fish predominantly for bass and blue gill when I am on fresh water. Crappie is also a common game fish here and probably the best to eat. When I am on the coast we fish for red fish and trout but also end up catching a lot of sheephead and drum.
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    Victor as hunting goes, shooting game requires a licence Hare deer, game birds and water fowl,
    you don't need a licence for, rabbit , wood pigeon or crows they are regarded as pests.
    As for fishing goes you need a rod licence for fresh water, but not for salt water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord Al View Post
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    I have done Plenty of Fishing
    You ever eaten Durian fruit Plopeater?


    Smells like shit , the pulp tastes of egg custard.
    I haven't, at least it has one of the 2 main selling points for any food, now if only they can change the taste
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    I've done fishing with a fishing rod, and with a speargun.

    With a fishing rod, you get to stand there holding the damn thing, waiting for fish to come bite the lure/ hook. With a speargun, you get underwater and go get the fish you want. Meanwhile, you get in a good bit of exercise. I guess it depends on where you're at. If you're in a freezing cold lake with zero visibility, I guess fly fishing is the way to go. Best to go with a buddy, so you can talk about stuff.... or just enjoy the scenery. However, if you're in tropical ocean waters with 50-foot+ visibility, screw the fishing rod. I'll just dive and get me some snapper or grouper. Maybe even a lobster or two while I'm at it.

    Now deep sea fishing... that's something else. You go a mile or so offshore and strap yourself in a chair and do battle with a marlin or something of that nature... that sounds a bit more exciting than lake fishing. But this usually is more about the trophy than about eating the fish.

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    A mate of mine dives hes older than me probably given up now but we were talking about sharks cause of me surfing and him fishing via scuba gear. At a place called sth Walkerville here where we surf he recons he was in the water with a bag of fish off a rope connected to the buoy he was standing on the bottom of a sand hil thats underwater the same one we surf around. He recons the water shifted in his vicinity and he turned to the deep and an eye the size of a tea cup cruised past checking him out and thirty feet of great white behind it kept coming to look at him as he was frozen to the spot. He had a power head on spear and thought about going for it with a prod but got the feeling this thing may just go off the dial so slowly backed out up the hill into the shallows. The next week or so he was out a hundred miles further down the coast and went to prod a small shark in the head with it and it was a dud!
    Lucky escape the week before.

    He was just the other side of those rocks the fishermen are standing on.In the deep just behind that patch of rock you see in the water there with sand all around it.
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    Sharks are the one thing I've never run into while snorkeling or scuba diving. Good thing, too. Blood might not be the only thing sharks can smell in the water.



    Seriously, though... meeting up with a shark while dragging a bag full of fish can't be very pleasant. My dad used to dive and had that experience more than once. But I can't say I have. Good thing we don't have great whites around these parts. Reef sharks, tiger sharks, and a few more species... but no great whites.

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    Sharks are the one thing I've never run into while snorkeling or scuba diving. Good thing, too. Blood might not be the only thing sharks can smell in the water.



    Seriously, though... meeting up with a shark while dragging a bag full of fish can't be very pleasant. My dad used to dive and had that experience more than once. But I can't say I have. Good thing we don't have great whites around these parts. Reef sharks, tiger sharks, and a few more species... but no great whites.
    The tiger is the one to watch they think with their teeth. Dont piss while in the water mate they can smell that too.

    This is in land from us a long way, about 6 hours driving in. But we used to camp on that grass in our panel vans as teens and fish for trout,giant cod and red fin in the Murray river there and jump off the bridge pissed of course.




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    Why is fox hunting banned? They are as bad as cats gone wild out in the bush here they kill most things they can smaller than themselves.
    i think its the hunting them with dogs that is banned, like this
    People dont like the foxs being torn apart by the dogs, fair enough I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
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    Why is fox hunting banned? They are as bad as cats gone wild out in the bush here they kill most things they can smaller than themselves.
    i think its the hunting them with dogs that is banned, like this
    People dont like the foxs being torn apart by the dogs, fair enough I think.
    It's not the dogs I have an issue with, its the pricks on horses who think their shit smells of roses. Frankly I'd rather watch their dogs rip their throats open.

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    Default Re: Question for the UK crowd

    Is hunting with dogs , when you go hunting with particularly ugly women ?
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    Is hunting with dogs , when you go hunting with particularly ugly women ?
    I don't know I've ever only gone hunting for dogs :S.... at least I'm a realist.

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    Hah! If we take the conversation in that direction, I guess I've only ever been successful hunting for dogs!

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