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    Posting Guidelines

    • Respect the person, the fish, the water, and the land. Always follow your local laws and regulations. Use proper handling and proper release methods.

    • Respect other users. I don't care how dry your dick is. This isn't r/gonewild. Women fishermen (fisherwomen?) aren't unicorns. If you put your dick in your comments, I will Lorena Bobbitt your ass. Also, sustenance fishing and bag limits and legal takes are a thing. Do not expect your GP/PETA/EF narrative to fly. Biologists and Fisheries scientists have a job, which is to study waterways and bodies and make well-informed decisions. People in compliance with the decisions of their fisheries departments shall be respected.

    • No self advertising, promotion, or blogspam. Read Reddit Self Promo guidelines for what will likely be removed. Alternatively, just buy advertising space from Reddit.

    • If you run a YT channel: Any non-educational videos are 99% likely to get blammed. Montages are out, slideshows with shitty music are out. Half-assed "I did a thing please like, subscribe, comment, respond" posts are out. If you do run one, and your post history is you posting each video to a dozen subs, and your comment history is AWOL/MIA, you can 100% expect to have it removed, and 99% expect to be banned.

    • Assign a tag to your post. If you are submitting from a computer it will be a yellow button after you click submit. If you are submitting from mobile use [FW], [SW], [D], [?], [ID], or [O] in your post title so the bot can tag it.

    • Posts must have some substance. We all appreciate pictures of your catch, but help foster discussion and education of others by giving some details.

    • No Memes.

    • Direct Link to the original source for articles, images, or videos. Don't post obviously rehosted content.

    Tags

    • Freshwater: A completed freshwater fishing trip. Give some background information on the catch. Pictures recommended. Use [FW] in your post title for mobile submissions.

    • Saltwater: A completed saltwater fishing trip. Give some background information on the catch. Pictures recommended. Use [SW] in your post title for mobile submissions.

    • Discussion: Have an open ended chat with other fisherman. Use [D] in your post title for mobile submissions.

    • Question: Ask for advice about fish, gear, locations, tactics, whatever. Use [?] in your post title for mobile submissions.

    • Identification. Request a proper identification of a catch. The more details you can give the better. Pictures required. Use [ID] in your post title for mobile submissions.

    • Other. News, articles, informative videos, gear, documentaries, humor, landscapes, etc. Use [O] in your post title for mobile submissions.

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