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  • Silent but deadly

    Question ? If a fish breaks wind under water does it make a noise and do the orther fish smell it and move away or is it like a womans silent but deadly.

  • #2
    Depends how much sulphur dioxide it ingests whilst gill feeding. They will often emit wind during the fight, especially when they catch the first glimpse of your landing net, when nerves get the better of them. The expulsion of wind at this point helps propel them in that last mad run, when they can be lost from the hook.

    Hence the fish fart pehenomenon is frequently felt from a fighting, fleeing fish frightened of forfitting it's freedom and fearful of falling foul of frivolous fishermen who frequent fisheries for fun.
    [I][url]www.aquonix.co.uk[/url]

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    • #3
      Thats a lot of Fs fish farmer hehehe
      A bad days fishing is better than a good day at work?????:p:eek:[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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      • #4
        Yeah, but no F1s
        [I][url]www.aquonix.co.uk[/url]

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        • #5
          Absolutely awesome aliteration there, FF.

          But it's hydrogen sulphide in farts, not sulphur dioxide.

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          • #6
            Fanx friend

            Yeah, but it's sulphur dioxide in silt and it smells just as bad!!
            [I][url]www.aquonix.co.uk[/url]

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            • #7
              All that may well be true but do they make a noise, i think they are silent because they don,t have buttocks

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              • #8
                who would want to know that

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                • #9
                  Rive t the second up there!!
                  [I][url]www.aquonix.co.uk[/url]

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