Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduced?

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by Craigo » Wed Nov 25, 2015 4:28 am

FishingAddict.

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The thread topic was being discussed in a mature manner by good natured fisherman who would help each other at the slip when needed, help each other at sea if needed, enjoy fishing and have a good laugh around a braai. This all changed at the 7th and 9th posts which is when the popcorn came out of the mikrogolf. From there on many of the posts were off topic, with around 35% of the 70 posts directed at SeaBass from 3 individuals. And as you correctly stated, this is when the guys started disrespecting each other.

While you say the topics intentions are not very well received by members, I think if you read through the many constructive posts outside of those directed at SeaBass, they will prove otherwise. There were some thought provoking opinions and ideas raised, you can't argue with that.

So, as Fully Hooked stated, "if you don't like the channel, change the station". The guys know what the topic and content are and they're all adults. If they don't like the thread, then they don't have to read the posts, their choice. And yes, I know that goes both ways, if one doesn't like looking at piles of yellow fin lying on the lawn then they don't have to look at the pictures.

Enjoy the fishing next week, tight lines.

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by FishingAddict » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:22 am

Yissses bra if Chuck Norris or Anaconda comes on every year on every thread after anyone catches there quota or 40% of it as you see in the screen shot yourself and seabass have been punting this topic year after year and not spontaneously directly after some posts 14 beautiful tuna on the lawn which deems your topic more vendictive that's why people are so pppddd..So lets hope this thread has answered all your question because next week is looking good and I'm in the mood of catching quota yellowfin that my choice and anyone else's who chooses to you don't need try and educate those who choose not to they very well aware of there actions understand every point some have reiterated year after year.

I hope you don't have a copy of anaconda 2 .

Jokes aside i feel this box series is past its sell by date but we respect your opinions. So maybe start a tread for people who only catch 3 or less tuna per outing then we don't have to endure this topic any longer and you don't have to endure the other who choose not to then everyone's happy or alternatively I can start another one for people who have not issue with catching quota because you guyz keep running adverts on all the channels.thx

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by Dorado » Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:26 am

Whats wrong with you guys, vic norris releases all his Yellowfin he catches!

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by BFC » Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:39 am

On those days when the fish are very skittish have any of you guys tried a "donderbuis " or are the fish too deep :D

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by Poenie » Thu Nov 26, 2015 2:06 pm

Dorado wrote:Whats wrong with you guys, vic norris releases all his Yellowfin he catches!
Haha Don, so none released then? :lol:

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by Tony » Thu Nov 26, 2015 2:59 pm

Nee man Peonie ... let sleeping dogs lie ... :twisted: :D
Mad about HF

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by Dorado » Thu Nov 26, 2015 3:28 pm

Poenie wrote:
Dorado wrote:Whats wrong with you guys, vic norris releases all his Yellowfin he catches!
Haha Don, so none released then? :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Should Yellowfin Recreational Daily Bag Limits be reduce

Post by BFC » Thu Nov 26, 2015 3:58 pm

Dorado wrote:
Poenie wrote:
Dorado wrote:Whats wrong with you guys, vic norris releases all his Yellowfin he catches!
Haha Don, so none released then? :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Lyk my julle 2 mannetjies soek Slushpuppy en winegums saam met die popcorn ;)

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