How many days a year do you fish

How many days a year do you fish


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OnTheFly

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I've done a poll like this before but now there are so many new members I was just curious what the numbers were this time around.:cool:
 
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Throbbit _Shane

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I havent kept track but this year id guess around 70 times probably more. 43 more fishing days before we need new pay for our licenses again.
 
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beaverfan

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Probably right around 100
 
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Modest_Man

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Twice a week all year would be 104 days, so I'm probably around 80?
 
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halibuthitman

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.... seriously?.....
 
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halibuthitman

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ok.. I voted..but now I feel dirty..:confused:
 
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bigsteel

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this year was about 175 to 185 days
 
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wwith a creek full of trout by my house i go around 20 times a month when it is open. so i go well over a hundred times a year. i bet i spend a good 200bucks on tackle every 5-6 months LOL
 
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OnTheFly

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I live not more than 2 miles from the Carver boat ramp on the Clackamas. Boat ownership would 'seriously' increase my winter fishing days. lol
 
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Isn't the shortest--and most direct--answer...

NOT NEARLY ENOUGH???
 
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OnTheFly

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Isn't the shortest--and most direct--answer...

NOT NEARLY ENOUGH???

You're right! It's never enough. One thing for sure, I have increased my numbers through the people I have met on this forum.
 
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imfishing

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Greetings all.;)

I stay home just long enough to stay married.:cool:
 
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Greetings all.;)

I stay home just long enough to stay married.:cool:

Smart cookie!!! LOL

And yes, quite right. I've only been on OFF (like the pun?), since January; but I have met a lot of really groovy fellow OFFers (or should I say "addictees"). Therefore, my time on OFF has been directly proportional to a greater amount of time spent on the water.
 
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Smart cookie!!! LOL

And yes, quite right. I've only been on OFF (like the pun?), since January; but I have met a lot of really groovy fellow OFFers (or should I say "addictees"). Therefore, my time on OFF has been directly proportional to a greater amount of time spent on the water.

agreed kinda. ive only gone fishing with you so far but i have a steelhead trip planned with someone else on here so that will add another one to the books.
 
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youngbuck307

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I only get out once a week most the time now. Year I was off work went about 250 I would say lots of what would of been time at work was in the river so talking 8 hour days or more for most of them! And yea without this forum I wouldn't be the fisherman I am now thanks to people on here I filled a tag my first full year going after fish (ps that was my 250 day year) I have more friends from here who I just go hang out with now couple like brothers. Thanks off!!!
 
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Kais

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I think my dream is to own a riverside property when i grow up. thats all i want
 
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I think my dream is to own a riverside property when i grow up. thats all i want

riverside mobile home or a house on the salmon river. in between the hatchery and the ten shed. well...they knocked the shed down but its still the same hole xD
 
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BobbiDollPDX

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I'm probably at around 80 but now I'm thinking I should start tracking my fishing days. I wonder if there's an app for that :lol:
 

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