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What is everyone's thoughts on keeping your catch in an aquarium until ready to eat. I love eating fish but do not always have time to fish or eat my possession limit in one day. So I want to keep it fresh until I'm ready for it. I have always had aq

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  • #16
    As others have mentioned, you need to check your state regs.

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    • #17
      Seems to me that it'd be more trouble than it's worth, especially when you catch as many giant fish as I do.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by country road View Post
        Seems to me that it'd be more trouble than it's worth, especially when you catch as many giant fish as I do.
        Now that's a comment!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
          There was an older man back home who fished exclusively for yellow (mud) catfish. Nasty tasting!
          He kept his catch in a big metal stock watering tank with an aerator for a week or so before slaughtering them, changing the water ever 2 or 3 days.
          He said after that, there was no "muddy" taste.
          May be worth it.
          I'm sure it would help but I'd rather just release the mud cat and catch a channel cat. I like catching the mud cats because of their size but I don't eat them. I eat big snapping turtles right out of the pond and they are great!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by country road View Post
            Seems to me that it'd be more trouble than it's worth, especially when you catch as many giant fish as I do.
            I'd never tell a lie, but I have been known to stretch the truth a tiny bit.

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            • #21
              I believe so. You know, it's some kind of human beliefs which are pretty imaginable. Actually, it's a pretty funny thing because it reminds me of the live rocks that I bought. You know, once my cat has wanted to catch a fish in the aquarium. He actually caught a fish but the blood of the fish has stayed in the aquarium. Since I didn't have time to clean my aquarium, I decided to go to work. However, later, when I've arrived, I noticed that the aquarium has been cleaned.. I didn't know how, but the thing is, that live rocks can do such things.. I was surprised actually.. Actually, if someone doesn't believe me, you can click here to take some more knowledge for this..
              Last edited by DrMcLeanAnn; 08-05-2020, 05:55 AM.

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