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  1. Was just thinking of being seen and pulled over by a cranky cop who sees my gear being outside my hometown..me and cops don't mix. They still handing out those $800 tickets? Last year I didn't have a problem but can't remember if Ontario was under a "lockdown" then
  2. With these latest "rules", is anybody out there still fishing opener or the end of the month? Out of town? Solo?..
  3. I love my Brookies but not enough to get inked
  4. Give me one instance where this has happened..where someone got sick from a dead moose in a lake. That's why you test the water quality.. All those pathogens enter the water dead moose or not..
  5. "the rule of thumb is that if human activity causes an animal to become injured or orphaned, we may intervene...if not, -if it's something that happened naturally-then we don't.". ecologist Doug Smith. Nowhere have I implied that these "rescuers" were bad people..nice try..
  6. Like A dead moose is gonna harm a lake....that's hilarious. Lotta comments but no real reasons to interfere with nature..and the interfering that is done is to right the wrongs that the human race has inflicted in the first place..
  7. How do we know it will die in the woods?.. interference with nature is never the right thing
  8. I tend to not interfere with nature...if it was sick or too weak to make it it would've provided food for other animals to stay alive ..we as humans try to be heroes sometimes..just let nature be.
  9. I don't see the numbers I did about 7or8 years ago but still a problem. The shoreline damage these critters have caused in southern Ontario is ridiculous..
  10. Yep...unless you have your own show where you can promote the Niagara parks commission no access anymore..hasn't for a long time..which sucks cuz alot of my personal bests came down there back in the day
  11. Fished the Grey Highlands Tues and Wednesday and also all small fish..biggest was 10 in.
  12. Many years ago I came across a pair of snappers that were as big as coffee tables on the south Saugeen river..
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