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I'm just curious what the age is of the users on this site. AT times I see the term " old fart" used and I wonder if I qualify. 56 years old and happy I made it this long. 50+ plus years of fishing. My father-in law doesn't post but he reads it every day and he's 80 and still goes fishing once a week and deer hunts in the fall. May all sportsmen no matter there age have a happy and blessed Easter.

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troutman72

32 here. and young is a state of mind

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age is just a frame of mind, but in my case its the older body keeping up with the younger mind. grin.gif

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38.... but i feel REALLY old when i get out of bed in the morning!! i've even been known to fart in the morning.... would that make me an "old fart"??

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sam !! i don't know about old! but stinky!!?? hmmm i'm 52. getting real well acqainted with arthritis!! oh well! del

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52 and like a fine wine, gettin' better every day! If not maybe a little smarter. Nope,I won't change the "handle" next year.

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NOBODY ever died, wishing they had fished....LESS!!

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huskiesplayer15

17, but soon to be able to have a plug of gramp's beechnut grin.gif
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Northlander

37 and the wife hasnt divorced me yet!
I think she likes not seeing me! grin.gif

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CrappieMagnet

Ummmm.... i was born in 1962

Ummmm.... the wife was born in 1967

and fishing never gets old!

CM

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23.......to me every year after 21 is just a bonus!!, i guess we all settle down alittle sooner or later

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Bill-E-Bazz

29 years old 2 months from the big 30 and my back already hurts.

Good Fishin'...

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waterwolff

When I was in my twenties I thought life could not get any better. Than in my thirties I thought this is it life just could not get any better. And now at 46 life is awesome I have the time and money to do just about anything I want and I have to believe that the fifties absolutely have to rock

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Wish2Fish

44 here...and like Waterwolf, if just keeps getting better! Sure a lot different than when I was 17 and had exactly one Shad Rap to my name, hanging off an old glass rod powered by a Zebco 404.

Think I may welcome 45 at Gander Mountain....

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38 here. My wife says I act like a 15 year old. Not sure if she means that in a good sense or not? wink.gif

Body aches and pains every morning I get up. Fishing makes up for it though.

[This message has been edited by DavidH (edited 04-10-2004).]

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squeedunk

23, just done with school and starting in the real world. I hope I can still manage to wet a line as often as I have in the past.

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98prosport

Thought I would take some "time" here and really think about how old I am.
approximately.....
1,387,584,000 seconds... or
23,126,400 minutes....or
963,600 hours...or,hmmmm, I stand corrected.. 385,440 hours is a better answer.
16,060 days... or
2,288 weeks...or
528 months... or really just about 44 years.
can't wait for my next 240 seconds or so on the lake.
hope I did my math right, anyone care to check?

[This message has been edited by 98prosport (edited 04-14-2004).]

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Did you account for leap year? I havent a clue if that will effect it or not. But im 16....A youngin compared to most of the ppl here!

[This message has been edited by Juice (edited 04-10-2004).]

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Chev_trucks501

28 here and loving ever minute on the water!

Happy Fishing smile.gif

Chev

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