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would you rather trap hunt or fish and why?

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  • LesserSon
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    Hunting, because I've only been doing it for 15 years, so I'm still in the honeymoon phase. I've been fishing for about 40, so it's like a comfortable old marriage. Trapping? haven't tried it, and no plans to start.

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  • country road
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    I have to say I prefer hunting because I sure spend a lot more time and money on it than anything else. I used to fish to the extent that I tried to make a career of it, but got burned out after several years. I've trapped enough to appreciate how much hard work it is.

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  • cody r
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    i would do either because in trapping you never know what you will catch and the same thing with fishing

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  • jordjohn44
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    Tough choice, hunting and fishing are hand in hand and all depends on the mood and energy and even time of year. If I had to give one up though, it would be fishing. Hunting wins this debate.

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  • thuroy
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    I am going to take choice D all of the above. Any reason to be in the outdoors is a great reason.

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  • jestr1
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    I am an outdoorsman as well. I cant pick one. I do whatever I can whe the season allows it. Fishin in the spring and summer, hunting in the fall and winter, dont forget ice fishing too. Never really got into trapping. Not to say I wont some day!

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  • 86Ram
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    I agree with jsobrien but I'm a Hunter and Fisherman so in that context. I don't/haven't trapped

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  • jsobrien
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    You would have to kill me before I would chose one. I live for the outdoors and with out one my life would be boring.

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  • seadog
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    Hunting, but for me, spearfishing and diving for lobster are about tied with hunting--it's too close to call. They all come in slightly ahead of hook & line fishing, but I love that too.

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  • Christian Emter
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    I'd rahter fish than shoot clay pigeons. But I'd rather hunt because it is more of a challenge and it is a combo between camping.

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  • deerslayer1234
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    I would rather hunt because it is just something that I love to do no matter what weather, or season.

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