MA 13 Report

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Stonefish, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. DimeBrite

    DimeBrite MA-9 Beach Stalker

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    Bacon wrapped rezzie cooked in shallots will add some calories to the winter diet. Avoid if trying to lose weight.
     
  2. eyeonafly

    eyeonafly New Member

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    I'm curious what people's thoughts are on gutting fish on the shore and "recycling" the guts. I ask as i see that you probably bled but didn't gut the fish until you got home.
     
  3. Milt Roe

    Milt Roe Active Member

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    Fish guts on the beach generally last about 10 seconds before sea gulls take them. Any scraps they don't get, the crabs do. So it is not a problem to gut your legal limit of fish on the beach near the edge of the water, if that's what you are wondering, unless you are doing it where it will impact others enjoyment of the beach.
     
  4. rotato

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    The guts of my fish went to the worm bin
    But I feed the crabs and bullheads too
     
  5. Mark Mercer

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    +1.... gulls and crabs gotta eat too. I always clean them on the spot when I'm done. I just don't do it right in front of
    of a bunch of innocent bystanders.
     
  6. olyfish

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    PM me which beach you got them at too as I am doing a little reach of my own!

    Don thanks for your contribution to this fishery