Taking proper care of fish
When I was a teenager I knew of an old fellow who carried onto a boat a rectangular wash tub where he would toss northern pike that he and his family caught.
The fish were a sight to see when he arrived in camp in late afternoon. Sitting in the sun all day, the fish had a brown, copper hue to them. I can’t imagine how they tasted.
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