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Sturgeon fishing tactics in Oregon City challenged | Bill Monroe - – OregonLive.com
They should at least have a PVC chute you can slide the fish down to ensure they hit the water right. It doesn't solve the damage caused by pulling them up by a noose but it's something better then throwing them off the wall.
arghhh... i have driven past this place hundred times and pulled over once to watch. Someone was using the noose technique to pull up a whopper. He took ages getting it up the wall, no idea how long it bounced off the rocks. When he got it up, he said 'Too big', unhooked it and let it fall... I walked away!
Thinking mechanically though.. wouldnt a nice 4ft by 4ft net with rods on two ends (think dolphin cradle) and an electric winch attached to the railing (ie a clamp on boat winch) make things a lot easier and safer there?
The difference between a Senko and a Banjo Minnow?? The Senko actually catches trophy fish, whilst the Banjo spends most of its time catching unwary fishermen.
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