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Bass vs. a poke in the eye with a sharp stick

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Bass for sure. smile

I may be crazy when it comes to some things but I sure am not stupid winkgrin

Bass are fun smile. If you have a low opinion of them like I had, join the FLW fantasy fishing league and this will change your mind very quickly on bass fishing. wink

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Bass are fun to catch!!! I consider myself a multi-species fisherman and hold no grudge against anyone other than catfishermen..... laugh !!!

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sorry duffman...I tried to come up with something that wouldn't hit too close to home with anybody:) Thanks all for taking this as the joke it was meant to be!

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How about this: Would you rather catch a stick, or be hit in the eye with a bass?

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Maybe we should poke the bass in the eye with the stick, then all go out for a nice walleye dinner:)

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Reel in a smallmouth or a wet rag. Which do you prefer?

Frankly, I like any fish that bites.

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Being as how sticks probably make better table fare than bass, and they're about as easy to catch, I'd take the stick, be it blunt or sharp, green or dried.

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Man, I know I'm stuck down here at work and cant be out fishing right now, but I cant believe you are all spending your time comparing bass to whatever instead of out catching something, be it bass, walleye, sticks, rocks or what have you. That being said I'll take the bass. And by the way traveler, I think thats called spearing and there is no season for bass with that.

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I don't understand people who don't like catching certain fish.

I love catching anything that bites.. AND everything that doesn't! Sure would like to get myself a paddlefish someday.

Bass are fun, tasty, and plentiful.

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Do I get to pick which eye?

Does it really matter?

Atleast if it's your dominant eye that goes, you would get the challenge of some rehab. When it comes to Bass fishing, the challenge is......... well I guess there really isn't one. grin

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When it comes to Bass fishing, the challenge is......... well I guess there really isn't one. grin

You guys that say these hurtful things about America's most popular game fish must think the only bass out there are those little dinks that swim with those sunnies you catch off your pontoon! grin

It takes a man-sized commitment to grind out a day searching for the big females.

Oh, I know, now comes the "I catch 4 & 5 pound bass every time I drag a leech across my favorite walleye bar".

But the whole time you're fighting it you're thinking "God I hope this is a walleye - its gotta be a 10 if it is". gringrin

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