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Fishing for a criterion
« on: October 29, 2002, 03:36:45 pm »

Just for MouseBorg ;D
who wrote over on the Montana and Wyoming thread...

"Personally I've been looking into the fishing aspects. If a state ain't got good fishing then it ain't much good for nuthin. I mean, if the fish wouldn't live there, then why would I?"  ;)

So, how is the fishing in the various candidate states?
Freshwater or Saltwater?
Will large inland lakes and reservoirs suffice instead of an ocean?
Babbling mountain brookies or slow muddy catfish?


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Re:Fishing for a criterion
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2002, 05:50:11 pm »

Damn, another reason to make it Alaska.  Some of the best fishing in the world.

And all kinds -- from off shore fishing, to fly fishing, to competitive fishing (lots of fishers trying to hook the same fish!).

Not to mention hunting, whaling, etc.

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Re:Fishing for a criterion
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2002, 12:56:12 am »

Thats umm... Montana, Maine, Wyoming, Idaho, & North Dakota. The order will likely change, along with more eliminations, after more research. Interestingly enough, the process of elimination seems to work nicely.

Do you do any ice-fishing, MB?  Never tried it myself, but thought it might interesting.  It would also be applicable to any of the above states.
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