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I just read this article and found it interesting. If you are bothered by or think that a carp bleeding from a hook wound will seriously endanger the fish there appears to be a homegrown solution. Read on. http://www.lsonews.com/fishing-news/1551-bill-miller

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Interesting

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I was watching a fishing show on TV the other day and the host said something to the effect of if a fish is bleeding get it back in the water as soon as possible. He said that water is a natural coagulant to fish, and the longer you keep them out of water when they are bleeding the better the chance the fish will be weakened or will die.

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The only caution I can think off is you have to be careful not to get any straight soda on the gills. The high acid content may be harmful.

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