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Good News Or Bad News

2006/9/16 10:36
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Offline besides tne www and computer games, WHY??

Posted on: 2007/6/18 14:00

Re: Good News Or Bad News

2006/10/2 10:08
From Greensburg, Westmoreland Co.
Posts: 284
There's a lot more posted ground (hunting and fishing) than there was 30 years ago when I was learning to hunt and fish. I think that is a factor. It's easier to just do something else than to try and gain access.

Posted on: 2007/6/18 14:11
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Re: Good News Or Bad News

2007/5/10 14:53
From Carlisle
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Well I know of 2 kids who wont be fishing for much longer. While fishing this weekend on a lake I heard a father screaming at his kids that they were doing it wrong and that they were bad fishermen and theyd never be able to go back with him. All I could think to myself was what do you expect out of a ~5 year old and a ~7 year old. The guy had the kids crying asking to go home and he was calling them cry babies, talk about tough love...

Posted on: 2007/6/18 15:07

Re: Good News Or Bad News
2006/9/9 9:29
From Monessen, PA
Posts: 2882
Sometimes the best thing you can do for your kids is to leave them home from fishing. Taking young ones fishing means you better not want to do much fishing yourself.

Posted on: 2007/6/18 15:31
"If you see the Buddha in the road, please slow down and see if she is OK." OK?

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Re: Good News Or Bad News

2007/5/24 14:51
Posts: 0
That article seems like bad news to me. On a brighter note I know two youngsters who just can't wait to go fishing, for anything at any time. My son is starting to become an accomplished nympher and fly tyer. (At least he thinks so) and my 6 year old daughter is an absolute terror to bluegills with a dry fly. She ties a little too, she's a pretty tough egg maker.

Posted on: 2007/6/19 10:12

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