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Is fishing considered hunting?

I've only went fishing one time and didn't catch anything but is fishing and then eating considered hunting? Also, is peixe considered meat?
 emisa123 posted over a year ago
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EisakuPanda said:
I think it really depends. Yeah, I understand that one is killing the animal for food, but there is mais abundance.
Unless you are fishing endangered peixe or peixe who's numbers have declined over time, it is not really a big issue.
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posted over a year ago 
Frostdragon said:
I go fishing for sport myself,but we always let them go away unharmed.
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Fishing for sport is okay as LONG AS YOU LET THEM GO.

Fishing for survival is okay,you have to eat to live.

Killing or eating for sport is wrong.
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Fishing is considered hunting.And yes peixe are a part of the meat group.

These should answer your questions.
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posted over a year ago 
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Wether you let the peixe go or not, its still left with a big hole in the roof of its mouth, im sure you wouldnt appreciate someone shoving a hook in your mouth, ripping it out and then sending you on your way?! You have to see it from every aspect!!!
RiverPhoenix93 posted over a year ago
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I agree!
Halfpelt posted over a year ago
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horrible -.- u killed it for nothing, hook cause giant hole in peixe mouth and kills it so ur a poacher if u chatch it actully EAT it
motochika posted over a year ago
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how do you eat for sport?
Okuni posted over a year ago
snZ_ladysamurai said:
fishing hurts the fish. what would you do if someone pushed a needle through your upper lip? i think that is torture for them too. firstly they have a hole on their upper mouth segundo of all they are beaten to death after they are taken out of the water and third of all they are killed. in my view it is.
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posted over a year ago 
Mallory101 said:
If your fishing for the meat than yes and If your fishing for endangered peixe than double yes! If your just fishing for the fun of the sport and letting them go after than No. So It all depends...


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 If your fishing for the meat than yes and If your fishing for endangered peixe than double yes! If your just fishing for the fun of the sport and letting them go after than No. So It all depends...
posted over a year ago 
123cosmo4 said:
I think so. IT is still catching animais for food, just in a different way. Obviously peixe is meat.
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posted over a year ago 
vampfibs said:
Gosh. I don't know. Catch and release is totally fine. If your fishing for food, and there is enough fish, totally not. If your fishing for survival, nope. If your fishing for fun, and then killing them, absolutely not.
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posted over a year ago 
tinkerbell2 said:
yes it is hunting
most people consider it different from meat but i say it is. thats why i never eat it

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posted over a year ago 
K5-HOWL said:
yes it is and even if its for survival its not right to kill or take life from another.
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RiverPhoenix93 said:
I dont care what anybody say's, yes it is!!!!
Its just like raposa hunting in many ways, people are deliberatly going out with the intention to lure an animal to its death!
Ripping it from its natural inviroment and then killing it all for the sake of human purposes, wether it be pleasure or food, its still wrong!!


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posted over a year ago 
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if you put the peixe back and it is still alive then is it dead? hunting is only if you kill it
fishingboi posted over a year ago
icewolf10 said:
ummm not really. i really amor to eat peixe and seafood
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posted over a year ago 
kristyann said:
i go fishing but we dont really keep them so not really.
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posted over a year ago 
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you are right it is not
fishingboi posted over a year ago
thespikedturtle said:
Yes to both of them.
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posted over a year ago 
coraline711 said:
i peixe a lot, but i always let the peixe go. ITs jsut a fun sport if you let the peixe go. When you dont and eat the peixe then i think that is considered hunting. I only did that once and it was there was a high population of this one peixe and it was wiping out all the others. so I hunted peixe for a good cause. Other than that i think fishing is just a fun sport if you know what to do.
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posted over a year ago 
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I think you are so right it is only hunting if you kill not if you return
fishingboi posted over a year ago
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also the hole in the peixe when caught heals fast and they don't really care it has been proven a hole in a peixe has no effect
fishingboi posted over a year ago
MerlinLemon said:
people who peixe for peixe probably don't think fishing for peixe is hunting. i think it is. and yes, peixe is meat.
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Okuni said:
Fishing is hunting, but hunting is necessary for survival in the natural world. Well, at least it used to be. At least when you hunt for food, you play the predator and the prey has a chance to escape, like the case with a lion and a gazelle. But locking animais like pigs, cows, chickens etc in a slaughter house and giving them no chance to escape while they are killed for food? That is pure murder. So is fishing/hunting for sport.

Though...I'm the kind of person who has to eat meat or my body might fail on me so it's sad that I still eat all that. I stay away from endangered meat though. I don't need to eat exotic stuff, I just need the meat. 0_0
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fishingboi said:
fishing depends on what you are doing if you are there to catch and cook or catch and kill then yes because you are killing a animal, but catch and return is not because you are NOT killing the animal there for it depends on what you are there to do.
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