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what do you like better saltwater or freshwater fishing??

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  • what do you like better saltwater or freshwater fishing??

    what do you like better saltwater or freshwater fishing??

  • #2
    fresh water.the fish can"t eat you

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    • #3
      haha.

      I don't think I really have enough saltwater experience to make a decision, but every time I've fished saltwater, it was a blast.

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      • #4
        like them both, but to me trout is the truest test of an angler.

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        • #5
          Well I havnt really fished in saltwater to much I might have 1 time, But i really want to.

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          • #6
            freshwater fishing

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            • #7
              Freshwater, I'm in Wisconsin so the closest saltwater is a thousand miles away.

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              • #8
                I love both, but I sure hate having to fight high sea's! So ill say freshwater.

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                • #9
                  Saltwater

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                  • #10
                    I prefer wading a mountain stream with a flyrod over all other types of fishing.

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                    • #11
                      I love the different varieties of fishing when in saltwater but Florida has great bass fishing too. I am not going to lie, even though I love being by the ocean, I usually go freshwater more than anything else so.....Freshwater.

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                      • #12
                        Living in Virginia Beach VA, I can drive 10 min. one way and I have the atlantic, I can drive 10 min north and I have the chesapeake bay, or I can drive 10 minutes south and be fishing west neck creek. I usually choose freshwater, while saltwater is nice I get tired of staring at just water, with freshwater you get a much nicer surrounding. I've seen plenty of deer, otters, raccoons, black bear, bald eagles ect. ect. I can catch just as many panfish in a day on the river as I can sea bass and croaker in a day on the bay. Panfish taste mucho better! Also if the wind blows in the right direction the river gets more salty and I've even caught a flounder and stripers out there (the flounder was caught in 3' of water on a banjo minnow). But flounder an striper fishing is real fun, but I'd have to say freshwater (brackish in my case) is better.

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                        • #13
                          freshwater you can see the fish better when you catch them

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                          • #14
                            I like freshwater, but when I go on vacation, it's saltwater.

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                            • #15
                              I have done both extensively. I like to aim for a mix of each. For example I went saltwater fishing probably around 15-20 times last summer, and i went freshwater just about every day i didnt go saltwater. Saltwater is more of an experience typically....we usually run 15 or more miles offshore and stay out for at least 8 hours. Those days kick your a$$ if its sunny. Freshwater is more relaxing for me.

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