How to kill a fish (so it doesn't suffer)

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|Giving it a sharp tap on the back of the head generally works. I also find it useful to bleed mackeral after I catch them. They seem to taste and keep better. The Hugh F-W book has good guidance on how to do this.



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didnt get to try out the method of smaking it one on the head today lol! didnt catch a thing but i still had a good time.

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lol greg u going tummorow today was a laugh even tho we both blanked

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yea il be down there at some point....maybe get some mackerel then use them as bait :D but i have some wragworms left over from today so its all good >:) >:) >:)

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geggy_poos wrote:hi i know killing fish is not a nice business. i want to know a way to kill mackerel as i see people leaving them in a bucket to suficate and i want to kill a fish a quick way so it doesnt have to suffer.

cheers greg :D ;)
Take it to see the new Indiana Jones film that will kill it, but unfortunately it will suffer. >:) >:) >:)

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lol ok ill try that aswell :D >:) >:) lol

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