People who kill fish for fun Issue

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For the most part, most fishers do not go about killing fish as they catch them. I've seen some pretty annoying people killing fish as they were fishing, either it were teen men who thought it was funny so whip the fish against the water at a fast speed or catch it, and then throw it at a rock. I've seen it all done.

Does it get on your nerves to see fish caught and then killed for fun? It makes me so darn mad. I've yelled at some kids for doing it in the past and all they do is laugh. I just feel like they're wasting fish when they could eat it, or toss it back into the lake.
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    Aryell
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    Thursday, September 04 2014, 06:51 AM - #permalink
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    I've seen it all too much, kids fishing, catching and then killing the fish for fun. Kids these days think anything is funny. I mean, at least eat the fish, don't kill it. I just feel like it's showing how crazed kids can be sometimes. I hope when people see this someone says something, cause it's annoying and rude I believe.
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