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 Posted: Wed Jun 13th, 2018 07:18 pm
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bravo krap
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 Posted: Wed Jun 13th, 2018 09:18 pm
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nantes
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so whats wrong with this . do you know the story behind them beaching this fish

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 05:28 am
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Houtarm
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What is the black thing sticking out of its mouth?

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 06:47 am
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BigBen
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Houtarm wrote:
What is the black thing sticking out of its mouth?

Looks like a modified hook remover

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 07:48 am
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plugger
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Maybe they think it's a Couta.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 09:09 am
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willem wikkel spies
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I saw this post on face brook yesterday

Someone again stirring the pot here!!!

Why on earth, do we always nail other people?
Why do we just want to crucify them always?

We know a drone was used!!!
Ok and they might be yuppies from Gauteng...….
so, do they have first hand knowledge of the species they caught?

why cant we just go and advise them accordingly?

in, guys..... this is a prohibited specie.
put it back in the water asap, lets get it done, I will tell you why, after the save release.

but no, we need to grind them all the way!!!!


wake up gents.
we are anglers, nie maaitjie n......s nie.

lets rather assist and advise correctly.
it will be for the good of us all!!!

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 09:10 am
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willem wikkel spies
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bravo krap wrote:
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this is a African grey.
commonly found in the mosselbay area!!!!

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 09:53 am
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Houtarm
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willem wikkel spies wrote:
I saw this post on face brook yesterday

Someone again stirring the pot here!!!

Why on earth, do we always nail other people?
Why do we just want to crucify them always?

We know a drone was used!!!
Ok and they might be yuppies from Gauteng...….
so, do they have first hand knowledge of the species they caught?

why cant we just go and advise them accordingly?

in, guys..... this is a prohibited specie.
put it back in the water asap, lets get it done, I will tell you why, after the save release.

but no, we need to grind them all the way!!!!


wake up gents.
we are anglers, nie maaitjie n......s nie.

lets rather assist and advise correctly.
it will be for the good of us all!!!


I agree to an extent. Some people need to be exposed (think Marius Tredoux Seal Basher), and social media may be the only way to bring attention to such cases. But these days anyone making any mishap (intentional or by accident) gets accused on social media, by people not knowing anything about the situation, who base their opinion on emotion rather than facts.

Someone parks over 2 parkings for a minute, it gets onto FB. Someone leaves there dog in the car for a while, it gets bashed on FB. And everyone jumps onto the band wagon, real mob mentality, which rarely achieves anything other than creating more hate.

This pic of the GW had more than 50 comments when I saw it on FB this morning, mostly just vile hate mongering, by people who had a standard hateful comment ready the moment they see a GW.

The guys that TARGET Gw's, who's actually in the wrong, will never let a pic of them with their catch get exposed on social media. These guys landing it on a beach between people, posing with it, looking very proud of their baby GW. I don't think they had any idea what they are doing is wrong.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 11:25 am
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Mike Smith
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Houtarm wrote:
willem wikkel spies wrote:
I saw this post on face brook yesterday

Someone again stirring the pot here!!!

Why on earth, do we always nail other people?
Why do we just want to crucify them always?

We know a drone was used!!!
Ok and they might be yuppies from Gauteng...….
so, do they have first hand knowledge of the species they caught?

why cant we just go and advise them accordingly?

in, guys..... this is a prohibited specie.
put it back in the water asap, lets get it done, I will tell you why, after the save release.

but no, we need to grind them all the way!!!!


wake up gents.
we are anglers, nie maaitjie n......s nie.

lets rather assist and advise correctly.
it will be for the good of us all!!!


I agree to an extent. Some people need to be exposed (think Marius Tredoux Seal Basher), and social media may be the only way to bring attention to such cases. But these days anyone making any mishap (intentional or by accident) gets accused on social media, by people not knowing anything about the situation, who base their opinion on emotion rather than facts.

Someone parks over 2 parkings for a minute, it gets onto FB. Someone leaves there dog in the car for a while, it gets bashed on FB. And everyone jumps onto the band wagon, real mob mentality, which rarely achieves anything other than creating more hate.

This pic of the GW had more than 50 comments when I saw it on FB this morning, mostly just vile hate mongering, by people who had a standard hateful comment ready the moment they see a GW.

The guys that TARGET Gw's, who's actually in the wrong, will never let a pic of them with their catch get exposed on social media. These guys landing it on a beach between people, posing with it, looking very proud of their baby GW. I don't think they had any idea what they are doing is wrong.


Ignorance of the law excuses no-one! Klaar!

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 11:50 am
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Houtarm
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I agree...

My complaint is with the unrelenting bashing of people on social media.

Things happen. Situations are different. Not every single person who lands a GW deserves to be shamed on social media. Some do. Every person who lands a GW deserves to prosecuted by the law.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 01:01 pm
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willem wikkel spies
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Mike Smith.....

Jy is net jaloers man.

Oor hy a GW gevang het en ook n pick geneem het....,

bla bla bla….

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 01:13 pm
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Fin-S
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wws - comment uncalled for.

Ignorance is no excuse - and the minute it is posted openly then it is asking for comments.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 03:09 pm
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nantes
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houtarm jy en smith is nou besig om ka@ te praat . julle is die ouens wat wil stir . strond soek wat daar nie is nie .ek het persoonlik al n hele paar haaie gevang . en as ek i GW vang gaan ek n foto neem . hoe sit jy op jou aas n nota wat se n GW mag nie byt nie. jaloers is n lelike ding veral julle soort watt nie baie vang nie . so vir my is julle wanna bee vissersmanne wat net ka# soek

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 03:17 pm
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Houtarm
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Okay Nantes.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2018 07:02 am
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SimpleSimon
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::prty:

Finally some excitement on Sealine...

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 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2018 07:02 am
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SimpleSimon
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Finally some excitement on Sealine...

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 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2018 08:20 am
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RuanJ
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Eerlikwaar verstaan ek nie waarom julle van die onderwerp afdwaal en begin slange meet nie. Die punt is, is dit iets wat 'n mens elke dag vang? Nee . Is 'n foto verstaanbaar? Ja. Moet dit op sosiale media gesit word? Nee, MAAR nie almal dra kennis van daardie ruglyne nie.

Is die haai beseer? Was hulle daar OM SLEGS GW'S TE TARGET?

Indien die mense die dier terug in sy omgewing geplaas het spoedig sonder enige beserings dan is dit sekerlik nie die einde van die wêreld nie. Ek stem nie saam dat hy op strand lê nie. Volgens my moet konstant water oor hom vloei en so gou moontlik vry gelaat word.

Neem die foto, waardeer die ongelooflik dier wat 'n GW is,behandel hom met respek en plaas hom terug in sy omgewing en hou dit vir jouself. Klaar.:sa:

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 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2018 12:07 pm
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Houtarm
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Sorry ja was bietjie van topic af. Ek het net die afgelope tyd 'n groot probleem met die comment mob op sosiale media, en aangesien dit 'n forum is sommer bietjie gevent.

Kan mens iets doen doen daaraan... seker nie.

"Every person who lands a GW deserves to prosecuted by the law."

Dis seker die sin wat die man so omkrap. EK sê nie elke ou wat 'n GW vang moet tronk toe nie. Maar die wet is die wet, en as owerhede uitvind iemand het een geland (bv op FB), dan MOET hulle dit vervolg. Die gesag kan vasstel wat die omstandighede was en wat 'n toepaslike straf is. Deserves is dalk nie die regte woord nie, maar het mooi ingepas by die res van my punt oor SOCIAL MEDIA.

Eerlikwaar vang ek nie haai nie, soos ek al baie op SL gesê het, ek maak net gesprek. Bietjie van topic af maar nouja. Wat moet ek vang om nie 'n wannabee visserman te wees nie? :?

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 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2018 12:17 pm
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en moenie sê 'n haai nie...

:fbash

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 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2018 01:03 pm
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