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Old 11-30-2013, 02:12 PM   #16
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Re: A Message To New Divers

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I am missing the point on not bringing home the dinner. What ocean are you diving in? I have to limit my 10 and 12 year old to the number of fish they kill each time we go out. My daughter caught a 7.9 lb lobster on our last outing. She is just a kid. I had to pull it off her chest and help her carry it to a tidepool. We stopped grabbing lobster because we had filled a two day permit about 3 days earlier. They are not shooting trophy fish like halibut and seabass this time of year, but the grass bass, sugars, cab drivers and other good eating ones come home in abundance. My job is to keep the guns loaded and hold the stringers or bags.
Good for them, I feel like I'm a little more into selectiveness than that but as a young kid theres no better way to get them into diving like results.
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Re: A Message To New Divers

Red Zepplin, when I was single and new at this sport I all but lived off of what I caught. If you want to take a fish, go for it. But for me its not just about what I can get from the ocean but enjoying my time there too. Its not a bad day for me if I don't get anything.
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Old 12-01-2013, 12:53 AM   #18
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I like Rysgates statement "Just have fun".
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:29 PM   #19
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Red Zepplin, when I was single and new at this sport I all but lived off of what I caught. If you want to take a fish, go for it. But for me its not just about what I can get from the ocean but enjoying my time there too. Its not a bad day for me if I don't get anything.
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