What to do if you find a carcass of a mackerel on your property September 29, 2021 September 29, 2021 admin

I recently caught a mackelleper off my property in northern Illinois with a mackee-sized gillnet.

I called the owner to see if he could help me identify the carcass, but he couldn’t. 

He told me to take it to a licensed fishing store to have it removed.

I’m not a licensed fisher, so I’m going to assume he didn’t have a permit. 

My next step was to get a license for the store.

I got my license from the State of Illinois, and when I went to buy it I was shocked to find out I didn’t even have to have a fishing license.

They gave me a fishing certificate and an ID.

They also had my name on it. 

Now, I’ve never seen a mackrellfish before.

But that’s because they’re a very rare species.

My first impression of mackerellfish is that they’re small and sluggish.

There are a few species that are just as slow as they are big.

Mackerelfish are also very sensitive to salt.

They can’t handle too much salt, and they’ll swim away if they get too salty.

But they can tolerate high salt levels, so you don’t have to worry about salt poisoning. 

I’m going out to the lake and it was pretty dry.

When I got home, I had a lot of water in the boat.

So I added some fresh fish to the water, and it worked.

The mackeres had a very light, oily color to them.

So I went out to a nearby pond and cut up a couple of mackes to see how they looked.

They looked like little pieces of mackelletfish. 

But they didn’t look quite right.

I got back in the water and tried to feed them.

I couldn’t do it, and the next thing I know I was on my way home.

 My wife is a bit apprehensive about going out for the first time since the accident.

I don’t want to tell her that I didn\’t get to see it with my own eyes.

But, I’m glad I did.