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Old 03-18-2013, 01:13 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jaysee View Post
"Choking" can only occur if the water flow is cut off to the mouth, as the gills are located in front of the throat. An obstruction in the throat leads to starvation, not suffocation.

The plastic plant must have had food stuck to it

Fish I have seen with pebbles lodged in their mouth,throat,did not wait to starve, but began flashing,barrel rolling , violently thrashing, in effort's to dislodge the obstruction and perished within a few day's if they or I could not dislodge the obstruction.
With large fish,damp towel,you can sometimes wrap the fish in damp towel, and dislodge the obstruction with tweezer's,Hemostat's.
I too spend considerable time fishing, and have found all kind's of non edible object's inside big Blue catfish,flathead catfsih bellies. golf ball's, batteries, styrofoam,rock's,even a child's shoe.
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Old 03-18-2013, 01:15 PM   #12
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That's why I don't eat catfish.

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