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    Would be terminology that might be applicable . But then again one might just consider it predatory instinct . Some might suggest its a matter of young and not so educated . Others might suggest the time of year and the level of hostility in a high hormone situation .
    The one thing that's certain about this scenario is even of you have had a recent minnow meal and its was a horrifying experience ,you might still be a sucker for Slab Sauce on an artificial lure shortly thereafter
    KABOOM is the word



    it was throat hooked by one of the more responsible live bait people and the line was cut at the mouth .
    it obviously didn't get the program about watch out for things with hooks
    my bud was like you want the pliers to take that hook out ?
    I was like NO sir , this fish might survive if we just put it back and if we do surgery I doubt it will make it .
    I think I could see the minnows tail but I didn't handle it or examine it for long as I imagine it was pretty stressed out by all the air borne excursions and didn't want to see it floating by later .
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Slab Sauce Gluttony started by Ketchn View original post
    Comments 8 Comments
    1. Crestliner08's Avatar
      Crestliner08 -
      Neat stuff.
    1. "G"'s Avatar
      "G" -
      Kaboom
    1. Redge's Avatar
      Redge -
      Nice! Slow learner and didnít get with the program!
      Good thing you werenít hungry! LOL


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    1. ET Fish's Avatar
      ET Fish -
      Interesting....
    1. Barnacle Bill's Avatar
      Barnacle Bill -
      What ET said.
    1. hdhntr's Avatar
      hdhntr -
      shows how a fish will still react to a bait even with a hook and bad experience probably not long ago. good pics and story outlaw!
    1. gonz's Avatar
      gonz -
      Thanks Ketchn for the post
    1. emptycooler's Avatar
      emptycooler -
      Both, the KY Sport Fishing Guide and the Tenn Fishing Regulations Guide, state that you should cut the line and release the fish, if deeply hooked (and isn't of legal size, or is legal size but unwanted). I always cut the line at the hook as that it what I was taught. Does this work on crappie? YouTube
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