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Disposal of Fish Carcasses After Cleaning? #14182254 11/05/21 01:09 PM
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Re: Disposal of Fish Carcasses After Cleaning? [Re: MathGeek] #14183386 11/06/21 08:48 PM
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Mine go in the compost, covered in used coffee grounds. Great garden fertilizer.

Yes, I realize this may not be a practical option for others.


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Re: Disposal of Fish Carcasses After Cleaning? [Re: MathGeek] #14184375 11/08/21 01:53 AM
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Mine goes back in the lake the turtiles love them

Re: Disposal of Fish Carcasses After Cleaning? [Re: MathGeek] #14184528 11/08/21 01:08 PM
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I knew a guy that used to take his fish carcasses and string them up on a tree where he fished for crappie. the flies would come and lay eggs then a few days later he would have a baited hole with lots of maggots falling off into the water.

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