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The deception and the attack

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    Posted: 11 January 2018 at 19:20
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Amazingly well made shots. Not very animal friendly though.. TFS Francis.
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Sorry, but seeing a barbed hook being used in a photographic session is just too cruel.

Barbed hooks should only be used when the fishing is for food and the fish will be killed. If the fish is to be returned, then an unbarbed hook is the only one to use if you care anything about the fish.
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Well done. I likeit
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Is this staged or is that a real fish in the water?
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And if it is a real fish - did it survive the photo session?
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Looks like maybe a fish in an aquarium.. and the line and hook outside it?

However it was done - they are intriguing photos.
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Hehe, yes indeed, now I am wondering what the bait is......


Because it looks like it is alive
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thanks of the visits and of the comments

Michele
Keith S (thanks.I assure you that any fish has been wounded).
ps. even touched.

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Metroruss (Thanks. I have used a larva of fly, he was lives).
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this last photo clarifies the used technique
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"Keith S (thanks.I assure you that any fish has been wounded). ps. even touched."

In that case ... Very well done. A clever concept and illusion.
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Originally posted by Metroruss Metroruss wrote:

Hehe, yes indeed, now I am wondering what the bait is......


Because it looks like it is alive


Probably a bluebottle aka blowfly maggot, the darker thin end is its head

(in this case its only the right side of the dead horse emoticon that matters!)

Edited by pdeley - 12 January 2018 at 21:56
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