New way to catch fish

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1. TarasFromLviv 4 years ago

Just because we just recently found out about it doesn't make it new, now does it?

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2. NathaneM 4 years ago

wonderful, i hope the japs stop catching them for sushi.

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3. shayangx 4 years ago

#1 No1 asked for a smartass.

Cool video..brilliant technique

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4. PaterSin 4 years ago

yes it does b4 Newton everyone was floating through the air because there was no gravity :D

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5. Comment rated too low. Show this comment mice 4 years ago

Yes this is not new atall, it's about 30 years ago I teached them this fishing technique.

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6. Comment rated too low. Show this comment badboy007 4 years ago

1:19 Best catch you will ever see

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7. imagic 4 years ago

amazing !

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8. Comment rated too low. Show this comment yajirou 4 years ago

#2 Did they mention that japs are catching those for sushi?
Don't make us look like some fools!

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9. Comment rated too low. Show this comment Urihep 4 years ago

#5 mice: And you were my best student!

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10. binksy 4 years ago

1:29 - they look so god damn happy, makes me like them finally...im more of a shark man, but i like them now :D

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11. dushan 4 years ago

#2 i agree, #8 http://www.savejapandolphins.org/
i can't imagine how anyone can kill or eat a dolphin :(

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12. iceybcboi 4 years ago

"Just because we just recently found out about it doesn't make it new, now does it?" by TarasFromLviv

that`s the great thing about the internet, everybody`s a critic and a expert. thanks for pointing out the obvious, sherlock. i mean, omg, the dolphins just figured this out? incredible.

see, i can be a expert, critic and a smart ass at the same time.

anyhoo, to the person who put this video up, thank you.

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13. CrackrJak 4 years ago

Pigs can be rather intelligent as well, But we still eat bacon.

Dolphins are not endangered and although I'd never eat it, I wouldn't impose my food ethics on the Japanese. The Japanese diet is certainly healthier than the American & European diets.

It annoys me when people say, "Ohh those poor dolphins!" and never give a thought to the tuna being caught alongside them.

Let the Japanese eat what they want, Unless it's and endangered species.

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14. Taineract 4 years ago

Smart creatures! There is so much left we don't know about life on our very own planet.

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15. dushan 4 years ago

#13 do you know how ( for example ) the pig slaughter look like?
well, i know and that is the reason why i don't eat meat, and is not just "those poor dolphins"

ignorance is bless, but if you like to know here is some info for you: http://www.earthlings.com/

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16. montypython 4 years ago

these are the same dolphins the navy trained to find depth charges . . . hmmmmm? 8-)

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17. makbeth 4 years ago

They really are amazing creatures. I like the idea that there are other beings as inteligent as us(collectivly rather than individualy). Swiming around eating fish all day seems a lot more fun than working 9-5 anyway:)

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18. NathaneM 4 years ago

#8 The truth hurts my friend.

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19. Nateconq 4 years ago

wow, incredibly smart.

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20. Voutelamberopipi 4 years ago

so long so long and thanks... for all the fiiiiish :D

sry. had to quote

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21. denniscav 4 years ago

As arrogant as we humans are in demonstrating our intelligence in any and all ways, the dolphins have evolved to a level of supremacy when sustainability is entered into the equation. The present sea is not over-populated with dolphins.

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22. eNdEmiOn06463 4 years ago

Too bad the Japanese are killing the creatures by the 10's of thousands a year.

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23. Voutelamberopipi 4 years ago

#21 meaning what? we fuck too much? :|

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24. ninocka 4 years ago

bjutiful. wish i had one of these at home

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25. denniscav 4 years ago

The sustainability of our own human species into the future, along with the oceans, not at the present time being over populated with dolphins, should be evidence that our present human population growth, which is far beyond 'nature's ability to provide much farther into the future, is at peril. Our present, "f#%king' to much", that results in a population explosion in our numbers csnnot be sustained much longer into the future.

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26. Nain000 3 years ago

EPIK ! I just love those documentaries