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Hunting or Fishing??


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i'd have to say fishing with hard water getting the edge. however for that one special moment, that one time of the year, the time i wait for--the prep and then the actual time to be in the woods during firearms deer season i cant compare to anything that enjoyable outside of being with my family. good luck.

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Fishing for sure. Finally got my boat back home and I've been dancing in the streets like Snoopy. Pure joy in my footsteps, but holy cow I'm winded.

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Hunting most definately. I love to fish but i have no boat and can count on 1 hand the number of times I've gotten out in the last 2 years, but when it comes to my hunting time, dont mess with it..

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For me it is a tie. I love both. I am a sunrise freak. Love the feel of a solid tap on my line as the sun pops over the tree tops and love the sounds/sights of the morning woods/ponds. Hearing leaves rustling/crunching in the dark, wings zooming overhead as your placing decoys. Or the first gobble of the morning that gets the heart racing. It is all good. Lots of opening mornings around here. That is why I live here. This time of the year hunting takes over, but come next May I will have walleye on the brain

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Hunting by far, I used to be a big ice fisherman, but a coyote obession took that from me also. Starts with ND deer, bear and geese, then to MN deer and ducks, with an out of state trip or two for goats and deer, then to trapping to coyote hunting and end it all with a gobbler and spring beaver.

My wife thankfully is very understanding and kinda jokes about my 9 month hunting season.

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I do fish in the summer, and seems my boss takes alot of time off so summers are busy, still play some baseball as well, but believe me I have wanted to get into the bowfishing.

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I would have to go with hunting right now. I can do that much closer to home with my limited free time and nothing beats sitting in the woods on an autumn day.

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