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(CBC)   I once caught a fish and it was thiiiiiiiiiis big   (cbc.ca) divider line 22
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2012-07-21 08:15:53 AM
I wonder if they were using snelled hooks?
 
2012-07-21 09:45:15 AM
It's a sturgeon. They get big, Next story please.
 
2012-07-21 10:05:30 AM
But the only trophy they would take home was a photograph or two. The Snells released the fish back into the Fraser after posing for a few photos.

Hey, good for them.
 
2012-07-21 10:24:01 AM
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-"Hey Bender! I once caught a fish thiiiiiiiis big!"
-"Quit exaggerating, Fry."
 
2012-07-21 10:25:25 AM
The parish priest went on a fishing trip. On the last day of his trip he hooked a monster fish and proceeded to reel it in.

The guide, holding a net, yelled, "Look at the size of that Son of a biatch!"

"Son, I'm a priest. Your language is uncalled for!"

"No, Father, that's what kind of fish it is - a Son of a biatch fish!"

"Really? Well then, help me land this Son of a biatch!"

Once in the boat, they marveled at the size of the monster.

"Father, that's the biggest Son of a biatch I've ever seen."

"Yes, it is a big Son of a biatch. What should I do with it?"

"Why, eat it of course. You've never tasted anything as good as Son of a biatch!"

Elated, the priest headed home to the rectory. While unloading his gear and

his prize catch, Sister Mary inquired about his trip.

"Take a look at this big Son of a biatch I caught!"

Sister Mary gasped and clutched her rosary, "Father!"

"It's OK, Sister. That's what kind of fish it is - a Son of a biatch fish!"

"Oh, well then, what are you going to do with that big Son of a biatch?"

Sister Mary informed the priest that the new Bishop was scheduled to visit in a few days and that they should fix the Son of a biatch for his dinner.

"I'll even clean the Son of a biatch", she said.

As she was cleaning the huge fish, the Friar walked in.

"What are you doing Sister?"

"Father wants me to clean this big Son of a biatch for the new Bishop's dinner."

"Sister! I'll clean it if you're so upset! Please watch your language!"

"No, no, it's called a Son of a biatch fish."

Really? Well, in that case, I'll fix up a great meal to go with it, and that Son of a biatch can be the main course! Let me know when you've finished cleaning that Son of a biatch."

On the night of the new Bishop's visit, everything was perfect. The Friar had prepared an excellent meal. The wine was fine, and the fish was excellent. The new Bishop said, "This is great fish, where did you get it?"

"I caught that Son of a biatch!" proclaimed the proud priest.

"And I cleaned the Son of a biatch !" exclaimed the Sister.

The Friar added, "And I prepared the Son of a biatch, using a special recipe!

The new Bishop looked around at each of them. A big smile crept across his face as he said, "You farkers are my kind of people!"

/Old joke is old.
 
2012-07-21 11:38:34 AM
Cripes, I knew sturgeon got big, but not that big. He makes those big blue cats look like minnows.

/Well, besides the really big ones divers saw at the base of your local reservoir, of course.
 
2012-07-21 11:55:59 AM

Errk: It's a sturgeon. They get big, Next story please.


Except this is possibly the largest sturgeon ever caught. That's kinda newsworthy.
 
2012-07-21 11:57:12 AM

gopher321: But the only trophy they would take home was a photograph or two. The Snells released the fish back into the Fraser after posing for a few photos.

Hey, good for them.


They didn't have a choice. All sturgeon fishing around here is catch-and-release.
 
2012-07-21 12:01:57 PM

gopher321: But the only trophy they would take home was a photograph or two. The Snells released the fish back into the Fraser after posing for a few photos.

Hey, good for them.


They might have released it anyways but it would have been illegal to keep.
 
2012-07-21 12:26:36 PM
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2012-07-21 12:31:09 PM
Dave reference?
 
2012-07-21 12:55:30 PM

Errk: It's a sturgeon. They get big, Next story please.


Yeah and a 4 meter sturgeon is big, but not even close to record big. They've gotten white sturgeon over 20 feet long before.
 
2012-07-21 01:25:55 PM
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2012-07-21 03:07:16 PM
They're one ugly fish, but they are good eating.

redmid17: Errk: It's a sturgeon. They get big, Next story please.

Yeah and a 4 meter sturgeon is big, but not even close to record big. They've gotten white sturgeon over 20 feet long before.


I've seen bigger sturgeon going through a fish ladder on the Columbia River. So yeah, this one is a beast, but not a record beast.
 
2012-07-21 03:17:41 PM

Whatthefark: They're one ugly fish, but they are good eating.

redmid17: Errk: It's a sturgeon. They get big, Next story please.

Yeah and a 4 meter sturgeon is big, but not even close to record big. They've gotten white sturgeon over 20 feet long before.

I've seen bigger sturgeon going through a fish ladder on the Columbia River. So yeah, this one is a beast, but not a record beast.


Don't care. It's still about 12 feet bigger than anything I've ever caught.

\suck at fishing
\\but like doing it
 
2012-07-21 03:33:00 PM

FriarReb98: Whatthefark: They're one ugly fish, but they are good eating.

redmid17: Errk: It's a sturgeon. They get big, Next story please.

Yeah and a 4 meter sturgeon is big, but not even close to record big. They've gotten white sturgeon over 20 feet long before.

I've seen bigger sturgeon going through a fish ladder on the Columbia River. So yeah, this one is a beast, but not a record beast.

Don't care. It's still about 12 feet bigger than anything I've ever caught.

\suck at fishing
\\but like doing it


There are two types of fishermen: those that care about the catch and those trying to reel in fish while holding their beer.

/I fall into the latter one
 
2012-07-21 03:47:21 PM
Do people eat sturgeon? Or just the caviar?
 
2012-07-21 04:09:55 PM
Yeah, I caught a fish even bigger than that. Then some biatch stole it.
 
2012-07-21 04:20:06 PM
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2012-07-21 04:38:43 PM
THAT'S A FISH! O_O
 
2012-07-21 04:56:59 PM
Seen some Mexican dude snag a 10+ feet paddle fish by a lock on the Mississippi river(East Moline IL)
/They took it home and ate it
\Also seen a dead shot eagle floating in a plastic bag;-( while there
 
2012-07-21 06:49:39 PM

gopher321: But the only trophy they would take home was a photograph or two. The Snells released the fish back into the Fraser after posing for a few photos.

Hey, good for them.


If you are not an Indian and try and take home a sturgeon you would be facing tens - if not hundreds - of thousands of dollars in fines, plus lose all your fishing gear, your vehicle and would be banned from fishing and hunting for years or a lifetime. The guide would get fired, but the onus is put fully on the fisherman who reeled in the fish. Canadians are extremely protective of their fisheries (especially freshwater)
 
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