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Choke Canyon Leeches #13929725 03/20/21 10:20 AM
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Fished Choke today and almost every bass had a mouth full of leeches. Are these harmful?

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No, just ignore them as you fillet the fish.


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Yep, definitely don’t want to get them into your bag of filets. But if you do happen to catch any non-keepers, pull the leeches out of their mouths with your pliers. Don’t want the next guy that catches them, to have to worry about them.

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