They are still there. Had a fine weekend hook and line.
Of course you can. You will find here, as in life, there are loud mouths and know it alls. Thank Heaven they are in the minority, and they, too, have the right to opine, regardless how annoying.Ease up there. Can't a guy ask a question without someone taking offense? There was no argument, you need to take your meds or something. You are correct, I have never been gigging, nor have I ever even caught one. Now if you would like to answer my question without getting too upset, what is the size limit on flounder?
Amen, Curtis!!Just me but I rather catch 5 hook and line than gig 20
No releasing of keeper flounder once gigged. You had a pretty similar statement in this threadKilling is correct. Kinda hard to release one after the harpoon gets to it. Some of those look a liitle small. Is there no size limit for gigging?
Sometimes meanings are hard to convey via text only posts. It sounded to me that the legality of the flounder was being questioned. That would have implied that Allen was both unscrupulous and a bit of a bone head. Can't blame folks for coming to the defense of a long term member who has proven himself to be, if nothing else, very professional. His livelihood depends on his license and posting photos of short fish would likely put an even shorter end to that license.Of course you can. You will find here, as in life, there are loud mouths and know it alls. Thank Heaven they are in the minority, and they, too, have the right to opine, regardless how annoying.
On this forum, in particular, a quick path to confrontation is to question, no matter how discretely, the legality of a catch.
Other forums react differently. You should feel free to ask what to need to know, but my advice is to steer clear of questioning either the size or the number of fishes that you see in pictures.