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    Dogs and Fish

    A while back, someone posted a vid of a couple dogs giving some sharks a hard time in the water. I came across this pic. I like dogs (got 3) and I like fish, so that I though it was a cool shot. Really nice fish - Goliath Grouper. I think Jewfish is another name for them.
    http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/73...6ad69e29db.jpg

    Here's another
    http://punchpin.com/thumbs/all_files...rcrazy.com.jpg
    Last edited by DosXX; Aug 28, 2014 at 01:27 AM.

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    Dogs rule

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    I remember a few years ago we had a lobster walk, where the lobster ( actually spiney lobster aka crawfish ) go in a single file line, hundreds at a time, thousands in a row for hours. You can see their bubbles on the surface when it is flat. It usually precedes hurricane landfall, or happens after a big storm goes by offshore and stirs them up. I digress. So we had a walk and my buddie's golden retriever grabs one right out of the water by the jetty, and I was wondering, even if no one there had a license for lobster, does the dog need one? Is it OK to throw it in the cooler and send him back for more. I know we had no guilt or ethical questions eating it. neither did Kojack, the aforementioned dog.
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    Most types of today's retrievers can trace their lineage back to being used on fishing boats in Newfoundland. They'd swim to grab lines for nets and when fish fell out of the nets or slid off the deck they were sent in to retrieve them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DosXX View Post
    A while back, someone posted a vid of a couple dogs giving some sharks a hard time in the water. I came across this pic. I like dogs (got 3) and I like fish, so that I though it was a cool shot. Really nice fish - Goliath Grouper. I think Jewfish is another name for them.
    http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/73...6ad69e29db.jpg

    Here's another
    http://punchpin.com/thumbs/all_files...rcrazy.com.jpg
    Yeah, I posted that video. It was a couple in Australia and their two dogs chased the sharks into the shallow reefs, then bit onto the tails and were pulling the sharks around. 4-5 reef sharks it looked like.