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    Disposal

    Plan to beach fish while we’re there later this month . Is there anywhere close by to legally dispose of carcasses? Thanks
    Screw it. Let's ride.

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    When I have carcasses to deal with at home I freeze them and put them in my garbage bin on collection morning.

    This may not do you any good where you are staying, but FWIW.
    People are shocked to see sharks in the water around here.

    If you see natural water taste it. If it's salty it has sharks in it. If it's fresh it has alligators in it. If it's brackish it has both.

    BTW, the water around here contains Vibrio vulnificus, aka "flesh eating bacteria," you might oughtn't taste it.

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    The above is exactly what I do as well. When we used to stay in a condo before moving here I would wrap carcasses, freeze, and then drop them in the garbage chute the morning we left.

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    Brainstorm. I have a small vacuum sealer that I can plug it into the bed of my truck. Seal the carcasses and dispose of them. BOOM
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    Screw it. Let's ride.

 

 

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