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Hastings gal

As old as my little finger grin.gif, thats my grandma's answerto this question that makes me smile everytime I hear (read) this question. 33 and enjoying life. Keep smiling.

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Bushwacker

26 and at the point where I have to think for a second before I remember my age. This is the first year at Easter that I ate with the "old" people.

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38 years of messing around. Still many years to figure all this out. But what was the question?

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25 and been fishing before I could walk. Just got my first fishing partner a week ago Wed and 1 day before my birthday so it was a nice birthday present. A bit expensive, but I'm sure it will pay for itself in the long run.

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Tight Lines,

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genegodawa

Don't be so sure unless, of course, you mean pay for itself in terms of wonderful memories. Hope all goes well for you and your new fishing partner.

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turned 29 yesterday, wife turns 30 next month and it is killing her. Adam

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fishfearme

For 32 years fish have feared me.

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Shut up and fish!

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CornPirateKiller

I stopped counting at 30. That was twelve years ago and I haven't aged a bit wink.gif ... Try it!

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Quando Omni Flunkus Moritati (When all else fails, play dead)

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snowgoose

31 and loving every minute of life.

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Hunt Snow Geese, Save the tundra

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SportFishin'

35 Years & Still Reelin'

Chris

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"Fishing is an addiction, Anybody got some more?"

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39 until September. Just had fishing partner #3 in December. Wife is young, so as Scoot would say "I got that going for me"
Tully

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pikemania

35 great years of fishing here. Before I even knew what a boat was I was in one

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FishTracker

I'm 'ty 4, starting counting just the last digit after I hit 40's. I think of it as starting over again and still learning a lot. I was born 1960.

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24 and believe it or not i had to think about it. I guess it is monday, and after 21 theres a long way to the next big one (retirement).

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25

I'm on my:

1st wife
1st house
1st dog
1st truck
1st gun

I'm tradin in the house in a couple months. I wonder which one I'll trade in next. I can guarantee it won't be the dog, but beyond that who knows.

Reel em in, Shoot em up.

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cold one sd

I'm 60 and still vertical. Could be alot worse.

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STAY ON TOP

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cold one sd

I'm 60 and still vertical. Could be alot worse.

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STAY ON TOP

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Redlantern

I'm 36. My ex just turned thirty today. It's going to be fun giving her all the crap back that she gave me when I turned thirty. Of course, I'll turn forty before her and it'll start over again. Man, I just can't win.

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idratherbefishing

26 and about to "get hooked" with my fishing partner on july 3!

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"Fishing is a condition of the mind in which one cannot possibly have a bad time."
idratherbefishing

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Mark Christianson

35 and still cannot make up my mind what I like best.
Bass fishing, spring crappies, fall walleyes, duck hunting, deer hunting(now muzzleloading too), etc....
Give me another 35 years, and I will report back if I have found a favorite yet.

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alwayscatchineyes

32 years of age for me, I feel the aches of construction wearin on me when I get up in the mornin, unless I'm goin fishin then I feel like a million bucks. Does anyone really know what a million bucks feels like????

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      Crap I am feeling like an old man today. Hazel is not letting Finn and I take a nap, but it is getting Finn and I ready for duck season.
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