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If you find this fish that crossed the border, you are to kill it.

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had them here in nj for years. my son killed a couple.

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There was one in a community pong nearby maybe 10 years ago, some asshat dumped it out of their aquarium....

They put up multiple fences around that thing, repeatedly poisoned the crap out of it, had volunteers walking the perimeter to keep an eye for any escapes...

Speaks to the damage these fockers can do....

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Apparently they are great eating.  They will be on the endangered list in 10 years. 

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1 minute ago, TimmySmith said:

Apparently they are great eating.  They will be on the endangered list in 10 years. 

Really fun to catch too.  Put up a hell of a fight.

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I'm more worried about the invasive humans we have in the country. 

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26 minutes ago, bostonlager said:

I'm more worried about the invasive humans we have in the country. 

Kinda like our ancestors. 

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3 minutes ago, Hawkeye21 said:

Kinda like our ancestors. 

Our ancestors won. If those beaners can overtake us good for them. 

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2 minutes ago, iam90sbaby said:

Okay so what though? Lol

What do you mean so what?  It was just a comparable statement.  Something that puts things in perspective.

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22 minutes ago, Hawkeye21 said:

What do you mean so what?  It was just a comparable statement.  Something that puts things in perspective.

Every single person on this board knows we took land from the Indians, it’s just a low IQ cookie cutter response. You didn’t put anything into perspective, we already knew, we just don’t care lol

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Just now, iam90sbaby said:

Every single person on this board knows we took land from the Indians, it’s just a low IQ cookie cutter response. You didn’t put anything into perspective, we already knew, we just don’t care lol

Cool

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1 hour ago, Hawkeye21 said:

Kinda like our ancestors. 

 

1 hour ago, Hawkeye21 said:

Accurate

Most of our country was bought from the French, British, and Russians.

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https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2007/11/16/national/emperor-regrets-introducing-invasive-u-s-bluegill-50-years-ago/#.XZ-HUGZOmMo

 

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Emperor regrets introducing invasive U.S. bluegill 50 years ago

Bluegill introduced from overseas have taken over Japanese lakes and rivers since the 1960s, wiping out native species and wrecking the ecosystem.

The culprit? None other than the Emperor himself.

In a rare expression of contrition, Emperor Akihito confessed this week to bringing the fish home in 1960 as a gift from the U.S. in hopes of cultivating them as food.

 

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3 hours ago, Baker Boy said:

 

Most of our country was bought from the French, British, and Russians.

Absolutely right; and there wasn't a single Indian on any of that land. :thumbsup: 

 

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I remember when these fish were around the Delmarva area, especially in Maryland...

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Snakehead are supposedly a problem in Florida too.  Don't think I've ever caught one.?. 

Over the years of freshwater fishing for Largemouth Bass I've caught.... gar, pickerel, warmouth, mudfish, striped bass, catfish, bluegill...   Along with turtles, small gators, and a bat. 

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2 hours ago, BiPolarBear said:

Absolutely right; and there wasn't a single Indian on any of that land. :thumbsup: 

 

Technically speaking you are correct. There were no Indians in America in the 1700's.

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