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    Default eating farm pond crappie

    Well the title pretty much says it all. Would you eat crappie from a "farm" pond?

    There are a few cows that graze the area, but no crops or fertilizer use.

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    Larry

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    I don't see why not, unless you are pregnet or nursing. Just joking. I have always in the past just limited myself to one meal of crappie a week. Which pretty much following state DNR guidlines jason

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    No worries. I haven't met anything that doesn't cook in 350* grease!
    Jeremiah 16:16a "But now I will send for many fishermen," declares the Lord, "and they will catch them."

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    Call and I'll sample the first batch for you.

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    I'd eat them!

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    LOL that was funny!:D
    Quote Originally Posted by JWM
    I don't see why not, unless you are pregnet or nursing. Just joking. I have always in the past just limited myself to one meal of crappie a week. Which pretty much following state DNR guidlines jason

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    Hmmm maybe that's whats wrong with me. Too much pond fish at a young age made me fish when I grew up. HA HA.

    TT

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    larry fish in cow pasture ponds usely have worms in them hold a fellet up to a light worms will show up as dark specks most people cutum out

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