UberDave: "'The shark should have been released,' argued David McGuire, director of the California-based protection advocacy group Shark Stewards."If you have a problem with this, take it to your state parks and wildlife department. They set pretty strict limits for private fishing based on fairly sound data. And this was a legal catch. If you want to biatch about something, biatch about the commercial fishing regulations - lots of politics involved there...
StaleCoffee: Maybe he'll donate the meat to the homeless as a double fark-you to environmentalists.
Mrs.Sharpier: utilize all that delicious meat so that it doesn't go to waste. Shark jerky
Mrs.Sharpier: If they're huge, doesn't that mean they're old. And isn't old fish gross?Anyways, I just hope there's a shark butcher in town who knows how to utilize all that delicious meat so that it doesn't go to waste. Shark jerky is so frikken good.
utah dude: Mrs.Sharpier: utilize all that delicious meat so that it doesn't go to waste. Shark jerkywtf is wrong with you, jerky? wtf?!
toraque: The worst part is, he's going to need a forklift just to mount that thing over his fireplace.
The Stealth Hippopotamus: Are we sure he was from Texas?Named him after a man of the cloth, named him Amos Moses...
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Killing sharks is cool, and people who do it are tough badasses.
Langdon Alger: knowing this type of Texan he'll want to either mount it for display or get a pair of boots out of it.
UberDave: If you have a problem with this, take it to your state parks and wildlife department.
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: StaleCoffee: Maybe he'll donate the meat to the homeless as a double fark-you to environmentalists.You mean because the homeless are also a huge detriment to the environment?
The Stealth Hippopotamus: StaleCoffee: Maybe he'll donate the meat to the homeless as a double fark-you to environmentalists.Then we have to have the story about the food bank turning down the food for some derptastic reason.
Somaticasual: Ethical issues aside, what does it take reel that in? Some sort of multi-ton-capacity winch? Or do they drag the thing to shore then use conventional means?
unyon: /If you ain't eatin' it, let it go
Jim_Callahan: So this statement is literally what the actual, for-reals environmentalists are officially saying regarding the regulations and impact of this. The people complaining aren't environmentalists, they're activists, i.e. crackpots.
berylman: Tell me Fark how outraged should I feel right now? Because I am only feeling a 2-3 as of now
Jim_Callahan: UberDave: If you have a problem with this, take it to your state parks and wildlife department.The people writing TFA actually, um, did:"Under state law, anglers can take two such sharks per outing, although such catches are exceedingly rare, Williams said.Kent Williams, a California-certified fish weight master"
REO-Weedwagon: "Whenever I see a photograph of some sportsman grinning over his kill, I am always impressed by the striking moral and esthetic superiority of the dead animal to the live one." Edward Abbey[ww2.hdnux.com image 628x406]
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