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Re: How to kill a big turtle?

>      From: Paul Krombholz <krombhol at teclink_net> 
>      Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 23:45:18 -0500 
>      In-reply-to: <200208141948.g7EJm1215274 at acme_actwin.com> 
>      References: <200208141948.g7EJm1215274 at acme_actwin.com> 
> If it really is a small pond he can rent a pump and pump most of the 
> water out.  Then, there will be no place for the miscreant to hide. 
> I would give it a ride to a pond or river a couple of miles away.
> I have caught quite a few turtles while fishing, although never one 
> as big as 10 pounds. They like worms.   Watch out!, They are mad when 
> you reel them in, and want to bite you.

That's the first thing I suggested.  I guess the pond is about 1/10 acre
and 3 to 4 feet deep.  That's a little big to drain.  He said sliders are
vegetarians, and the bigger they are the more strictly vegetarian they
get.  I dunno if this one would go for worms; I'll relay the information.

Best regards,