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Sure to revolutionize bass fishing.
Interesting to read....
Good reading David.
I am glad that these study's are ongoing. Even though I practice catch and release I realize a lot of people enjoy eating what they catch and as long as they abide by the state limits I have no problem with that.
Bob, I was hoping if more people saw this... less people would eat the fish in liberty..... reading this article it seems that the bigger the fish the higher the mercury concentration... and once a bass reaches 16" the level of Mercury is over the normal eating limit.... big stripers and walleye have really large levels.... Im wondering if congoleum plant up in finksburg is the cause of the mercury levels..
What i find interesting is how from this report they concluded that the fish at liberty were "OK" for the public to eat..and havent issued a warning, based on the capture and study of 10 bass in the 12 to almost 16" range. It is quite obvious from their data and by the results that the "bigger" the fish gets, the higher the level of mercury it contains...and if all the fish tested were over 16 inches, then the results would be different and the fish would be "considered" tainted and over the Mercury limit for eating...because the largemouth in the samples that were 16 inch range are borderline....and the second sample of fish were all 12-14" .....its almost like they "fixed" the results by not including any of the larger fish...at least thats how i interpreted this...
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