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Bird Fishing (10 pics)

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  • 9 Mar, 2010  |
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That's a very rare art of fishing.

1 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


2 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


3 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


4 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


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6 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


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9 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


10 Bird Fishing (10 pics)


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№1 Author: spirit72 (9 Mar 2010 02:04) Total user comments: 583


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№2 Author: gerachev (9 Mar 2010 04:29) Total user comments: 1600


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№3 Author: delorarose (9 Mar 2010 04:29) Total user comments: 322


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№4 Author: Real Deaf (9 Mar 2010 06:49) Total user comments: 1371


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№5 Author: Ty Webb (9 Mar 2010 06:55) Total user comments: 6156


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well i can definately say that I have never seen that before. Why don't the birds wise up and tell this guy to F off?? I can see tricking them one or two times but come on! These must be the most desperate people pleasers ever! They need an Al-Anon meeting or two to get their stinkin thinkin changed. Friends of Bill and Friends Lois his wife will get this..everyone else just move along....nothing to see here...well some of you may be lucky enough to meet them in the future... i hope.
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№6 Author: salsapopo (9 Mar 2010 10:31) Total user comments: 12723


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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (9 Mar 2010 13:17) Total user comments: 10324


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№8 Author: 2fuzzy (9 Mar 2010 13:42) Total user comments: 10400


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№9 Author: Nganga (9 Mar 2010 14:31) Total user comments: 0


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The Story About Ping 23
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№10 Author: Shay (9 Mar 2010 16:26) Total user comments: 1265


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№11 Author: pimphomie (9 Mar 2010 17:59) Total user comments: 635


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№12 Author: Kotlet (9 Mar 2010 21:12) Total user comments: 0


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The birds have a string constricting their necks, so they can't swallow bigger fish. Smaller ones get trough - so an occasional reward keeps the birds fishing. The feathers are probably cut short so they can't just fly away. Works fine in areas with a lot of reeds where nets are useless and beats pole fishing.
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№13 Author: Louie (9 Mar 2010 23:55) Total user comments: 8189


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№14 Author: MathIsHard (10 Mar 2010 05:25) Total user comments: 1404


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thanks @Kotlet
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№15 Author: khannibal (10 Mar 2010 15:11) Total user comments: 4711


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№16 Author: the_dado_666 (10 Mar 2010 21:42) Total user comments: 2350


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№17 Author: Cewre (10 Apr 2010 00:56) Total user comments: 567


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This is quite common and the birds usually don't get hurt.
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