At a Loss

Nick Mills leans into a tough subject in his blog this week: killing fish. It’s likely that we’ve all done it, knowingly or unknowingly. How is it that for many of us, the longer we fish, the more we sense the loss? “Why did I feel so bad about the death of a trout? I, who has killed and eaten hundreds of trout and has on his own wall a twenty-inch brook trout mounted by the master, Dave Footer?” On MaineToday.com.

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