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varjag wrote:I am not good at 'searching' but there was a debate about this many months ago on the forum, prompted by probably the same movie that PPoS has seen - and relating to the Far East I think. The conclusion - as I recall it - was that it's just about impossible to 'fish for submarines with hooks'.
PPoS wrote:Yeah, it seems kinda silly
PPoS wrote:Hmmm... well, how the heck are you going to fish a submarine with a hook/anchor? It would be really easy to find it even if you had sonar and radar.. You'd have to sweep pretty many times to hit it, and if the sub was on the bottom, you would surely hook onto something else.
PPoS wrote:Cool.. You learn something new every day. But I don't understand why I never have seen or read something like this during WW2? And never seen any pictures of it either.. So, conclusion please...?
PPoS wrote:Hehe, you're the first one to call me Pippo .
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