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john mcg

Fly fishing or Bird Hunting?

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john mcg

If you could only do one and only one.

No snap answers. Please think deeply about this. Its important.

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Brad Eden
Bird Hunting.

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North Dakota Hntr

Bird hunting.

Craig

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bobman

Serious question

WHAT POSSIBLE REASON WOULD THERE BE THAT ONE WOULD EXCLUDE THE OTHER?

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ccavacini
Bird hunting

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Tiger MT's Carter
Bird hunting for me.

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RuffChaser
Bird hunting.

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Briarscratch
The Upland Equation.

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john mcg
Serious question

WHAT POSSIBLE REASON WOULD THERE BE THAT ONE WOULD EXCLUDE THE OTHER?

Government imposed recreational quotas.

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Mike Krol
Bird hunting... you can't fly fish with setters (I guess you could, but doubt they would add a whole lot to the experience  :cool: ).

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bobman
Serious question

WHAT POSSIBLE REASON WOULD THERE BE THAT ONE WOULD EXCLUDE THE OTHER?

Government imposed recreational quotas.

If so the time for a revolution is NOW

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Rex Hoppie

Bird hunting.

John, I believe you have answered Bobman's serious question with a nonserious answer.....

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john mcg
Bird hunting.

John, I believe you have answered Bobman's serious question with a nonserious answer.....

I meant for this to be a fun distraction. The question of course is hypothetical, unless you have a wife that says, "one or the other but I'm over this both thing".

:)

My answer is FF, because the season is year round and the dogs and I can have a lot of fun in the woods without the 'shooting' part of hunting.

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garyRI

WHAT POSSIBLE REASON WOULD THERE BE THAT ONE WOULD EXCLUDE ONE KIND OF HUNTING OR FISHING FOR ANOTHER. Although I must admit I have no interest in hunting bears over bait. Also when I started hunting birds & ducks I gave away my bow to a nephew (the seasons overlap).

I always wonder when someone specifies he is a FLY fisherman (instead of simply a "fisherman") if the pursuit was picked up after watching "A River Runs Through It" and inspired by perhaps a tiniest bit unnatural attraction to Brad Pitt.

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martydavis
without hesitation my answer would be bird hunting.  not enough meat in a fly.

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