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    i could do this all day..

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    i could do this all day..

    they multiply like rabbits and can survive a nuclear holocaust...overpopulating sons of bitches.


    1. k2flyfisher

      its taco time. wheres the sauce?
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      Registered: November 2003
      Location: Portland, OR
      Posts: 407
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      Date: 2-15-07
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  1. Nick Riggs

    I've been known to fish from time to time...
    What is that? A tillapia?
    #1 2-15-07 9:25am

    Steelie Mike
    Tilapia in the house! Now lets fry up that bad boy!
    #2 2-15-07 10:23am


    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    heres the Flip side JJ. must eat with hands and dip in vinegar.
    #3 2-15-07 5:46pm


    nice one bruddah!
    #4 2-15-07 5:54pm


    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    #5 2-15-07 6:04pm

    Nice 'llapia--how'd it fight and what'd it eat?

    You weren't in the PI, were you? Smile
    #6 2-15-07 6:15pm

    Now that shirt matches the conditions!
    #7 2-15-07 8:32pm


    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    the fish literally fought like a turbocharged bluegill. they were caught in florida (PI? i wish..soon though!) in some pond and ate ANYTHING i threw at them, this one in particular took a BARE size 4 tin plated SC15 that i had left over from some shock'n awes. the three day total caught must have been over 100. i know i can be intrigued by the simple things, but what can i say? i was presented with "a target rich environment"
    #8 2-15-07 8:45pm

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    nice touch with the korean k2. you were close.
    #9 2-15-07 8:56pm

    Kevin J. Burnham
    Ain't it funny how things change. When I was a kid in the 70's I used to have those things in tank all the tropical fish stores had em. I could not believe it when I saw them advertised as food. It will take me awhile to think about that !!!
    #10 2-16-07 12:15am

    Jay Burman

    Experienced Ne'r do well and Layabout.
    Someone thought planting them in Hawaii would be a good idea. So far they have crowded out the impoundment where they were introduced and have even invaded the salt water. Who knows how far they will expand. They are the piscatorial equivalent of cockroaches.
    #11 9-19-09 1:35am

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