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Thread: Who loves to do some bass fishing as well as Archery?

  1. #26
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    Love them bass but also love fly fishing trout.

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  2. #27
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    Bass, trout, hunting, climbing, surfing....

  3. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunghit View Post
    Yes. Stripers!!!!
    That is a stripah right????
    I love all fishing cgeck out the avatar.

  4. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by bull moose View Post
    Ever hear the old saying..."Bass are like trout with their brains taken out..."
    LOL, i dont really agree with that, a Largemouth is not an easy fish to catch!



  5. #30
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    I love spinning for some nice trout!
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    I love fishing, already been out 4 times this month. Got my 6 year old hooked on it too! I got in to float-tube fishing in high school and have wondered to far away from it. I've got more than a few of my friends hooked on it and on a regular basis 3 of us hit the lakes. I usually take my 6' ultra light, falcon rod and shimano spinner. I've hooked everything from bluegill, catties, bass, turtles and hybrids. Love my tubes.
    I luv hunting like fat kids luv cake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macstrange View Post
    nice to see!

  9. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin'dually View Post
    used to fish tournaments all the time, just got too expensive so i took up 3-d. when i get tired of the shooting i figure ill either take up golf or get the boat back out..
    Nice pair of fish, Mikey!.....Harp
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  10. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias View Post
    Just bought Shimano/St. Croix micro spinning combos for my son and I today at Cabelas
    St. Croix... couldn't have gone with a better rod! I live close to where they make them in Wisconsin.

  11. #36
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    My favorite is wading for Smallmouth.....And Trout in the Mad river.....Float trips for Smallies are great as well, but I havent done that in years.....Harperman
    Those who separate Politics, and Morality, will never understand either one....John Viscount Morley

  12. #37
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    Steelhead and Salmon, or whatever else will take a hook. Mainly just Smallies on the Snake River with my dad.

  13. #38
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    Yep right now it's all about turkeys and stripers. In another month it will be time to start looking for largemouths.
    Faktor Turbo

  14. #39
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    Just straight love fishing doesnt matter for what. nice haul btw
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  15. #40
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    DSCN3053.jpgDSCN0803.jpgDSCN3056.jpgBass fishing?? Yep I like it a bit. Especially Smallmouth bass.A few we got last year on St.Clair.
    Energy 35 Max1 and Pulse Ninja because they work for me Waiting on a Ninja Victory

    Have you shot your bow today?

  16. #41
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    Bass fishing is the reason I rarely turkey hunt.

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  17. #42
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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1334714008.922418.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1334714022.182880.jpgMore of a saltwater man myself but that's what you get when you grow up on the coast!!! But I do get out in freshwater from time to time and do some jaw jerkin.

  18. #43
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    ya i used to fish about 30 tournaments a year, bought 4 new boats in a 5 year span with the last boat being a 2008 skeeter 21i w/250 hpdi series 2 stickered for 70,000.00 then had a kid and now back to shooting. what was funny was i went out bought a used alphaelite for 750.00 and a left over carbon matrix plus for 850.00 =1600.00. that is my normal bill for fishing a big tournament with a week of prefishing. archery is so cheap compared to fishing. granted most of the tournaments were local so still figure you have 100-150.00 in entry fee and these days plan on 100.00 in gas sometime more sometimes less. 20.00 in just junk food and drinks. it really adds up fast plus a rod and reel combo costs the same as a bow but you need about 10+ plus you will have thousands in tackle. i am very fortunate to have a good job and a wife that does as well. im not done fishing as i have alot invested but ill probably only fish 10 tournaments this year with no big ones scheduled just local stuff

  19. #44
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    Bass, trout, salmon, northerns.....if it has scales, gills and fins I wanna' catch it! I caught a few nice trout today.
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  20. #45
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    surfcasting for stripers off the open beach is second only to hunting for me

  21. #46
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    Bass fishing is a close second.

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    Nothing more fun then when the albcore get within 50 miles. I just bought a new to me "old" skipjack.

  23. #48
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    team catfish here or i like fishing/bowfishing carp

    this was about 3 years ago

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  24. #49
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    heres my ex with a big ol sheepshead

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    Black Eagle Arrows
    Vaportrail archery - Blade X - Micro Elite - Pro V - Limbdriver Pro - VTX Strings & Cables

  25. #50
    Yes, can't get enough.... Usually take a week or two vacation in the spring to hunt big bass.



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