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    I like to go fishing. What kind of pole do you use?

    I am only beginning fishing.

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    Depends on the type of fish you're going after. For a beginner a closed face reel would be the easiest to use.
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    fresh or salt water?

    lake or stream?

    Surf or boat?
    GET THAT $$$
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    Say no to fishing. Friends not food. Unless you like micro plastic and mercury
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    I do not fish, but a wise man once told me the keys to fishing are silence and patience.
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    Last time I went fishing I caught 2 Herring and 1 Smelt
    "You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead....
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoundFoolish View Post
    I do not fish, but a wise man once told me the keys to fishing are silence and patience.
    Patience and Knowledge.

    Some of the best smallmouth/largemouth fishermen I know can fish all day and not catch a fish, yet they will be
    up at 5 am the next day ready to go again. There are days that fish just don't bite...lots of reasons for that.
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    I go to lake Wilderness here in WA. All you need is power bait and a friend to take the fish off the hook. Oh wait that's me. They are to slimy and wiggly for me to take off the hook.
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    I love to go night time fishing. I guess its in a river or lake. Don't have a boat yet but I really want a pontoon someday!
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    Gone with the wind.

    As a kid in north Alabama I grew up on the Tennessee river and night fishing for catfish. We
    would burn a tire or two all night while we camped out and fished. Always caught enough to
    feed our family and others my Dad wanted to invite. He would always clean them and cook
    them, and mostly invited our best family friends for a cookout.

    The strange kicker is my Dad didn't like to fish. Lordy could he clean and cook. Best hushpuppys
    in North Alabama. Fun memories of the past!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GurlGoneWild View Post
    I love to go night time fishing. I guess its in a river or lake. Don't have a boat yet but I really want a pontoon someday!
    Same here just sit on the bank with a few beers and enjoy the silence waiting for a hit
    GO LEAFS GO
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