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Re: NFC: fish euthanasia

No, I understand that now.  No prob.  Like I said, I am new with this stuff. 
  Thanks for the info,

Chris Perry, Partner
E Fish Solutions
fishystuff00 at hotmail_com

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>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Chris Perry" <fishystuff00 at hotmail_com>
>To: <nfc at actwin_com>
>Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 11:09 PM
>Subject: Re: NFC: fish euthanasia
> > Ok, well,  This is what I've read in books to do.  I personally stick 
> > in the freezer.  Can't stand to slam a fish against the wall.  I also
> > to put it back into the stream where he got it!  No need to be so nasty
> > about it...
>No offense intended, Chris.  Still, it is not a good idea to replace the
>fish even into the stream from which it came.  There is a realistic danger
>of introducing foreign pathogens into that watershed.  Professional
>fisheries biologists have lots of equipment and money, and rigorous
>procedures, to insure their fishes are disease free.  The rest of us don't.
>Jackson, MS
>I think someone should have had the decency to tell me the luncheon was
>To make someone run out with potato salad in his hand, pretending he's
>throwing up, is not what I call hospitality.

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