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Thread: Must see fishing vid.... WILD RELEASE!

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    Default Must see fishing vid.... WILD RELEASE!

    Posted this on the Saltwater side anf the Mgt Forum as well.

    If the mods will indulge, it should get more traffic here. It's something all of us can learn from.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ir8QiLqPhjY
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    That was cool. Thanks for posting.

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    Thanks for posting. It was good to see that.

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    Interesting video, thanks.

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    I think they are doing it right too.More tribes down there and some folks up here could learn a thig or two.

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    Cool video, thanks for sharing

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    It's called "Red Man's Revenge" an affectionate term I have made up in honor of the resurange of all First Nation who are finally getting what they derserve: sustainable assistance by our federal government. It's not about "hand out", it's about the assistance and training to "hand back". I like seeing it done with fish, yet I also recognize it being done with casino. Fish or chips;take your pick, White Man.

    By the way, if you are in Portland, OR during the summer, go to the Wednesday Farmer's Market behind the Heathman Hotel right downtown. Sure enough, you'll find some of the First Nation right there and they will be vending those not relaeased in flavors that will absolutely set you free.

    Been there/Done that...

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    thanks for the post, nice to see ppl care about their fisheries

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