PHOTOS: A fun local activity

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Stupid me! I was fishing all around Ocean County to find something to do, when someone told me, “Idiot! Stop fishing, you can fish right HERE at Lake Carasaljo!”

  2. Just a thought: If you are fishing for food, that is Ok. If you are fishing for sport – not such a good activity. The famous Noda Biyehuda who says that one shouldn’t hunt, brings two reasons 1. he is putting himself in danger (not applicable here). 2. it is not “yosher hahanhaga (applicable here)

  3. Mr. Mobil, the NOda Beyuhda is referring to hunting (which entails killing animals) not fishing. We are not baalei teshuva, we have a mesorah, and as far as I’m concerned I NEVER heard anyone against fishing.

  4. I was just mentioning in case someone would want to find out. I’m not sure why you think fish are not considered animals. As I mentioned in the post before, one of the concerns of the Noda BiYehuda is applicable to fishing. I would recommend you ask the rav of your choosing. Many will say that it’s OK. The particular rav that I asked said that it is not. I believe that if you read the teshuva of the Noda BiYehuda, you will not fish for sport, even if your rav says that it’s muttar. In fact, I don’t believe the Noda BiYehuda himself said that it’s assur. The Noda BiYehuda can be found in Yoreh Deah Siman 10, in Mahadura Tinyana.

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