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  • Last night I was watching a fishing show that had two women fishing a stream in Montana, one was fly fishing and one was using a

    Last night I was watching a fishing show that had two women fishing a stream in Montana, one was fly fishing and one was using a spinning rod and a rooster tail for trout. While they were fishing along a road some jackwagon yells at the spin fisher to get a flyrod, the guide went off on the guy in the truck as he continued to drive off and rightfully so. I don't understand why people think their preferences are the only way. It isn't just this guy but it happens all the time between gun hunters, bow hunters, ect... I wish everyone who disagrees with someone elses style of fishing, hunting, ect... would mind their own business and leave your opinions to yourselves. This is a common occurance in the outdoors community and we should all support everyone who partakes in what we love and quit the in fighting because you may be on the receiving end next time! Sorry, I had to vent my opinion!

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    I hope I do no get bashed for this, but I think it takes more talent to use a spinning rig to do a fly rod job. To throw a light weight fly/lure a long distance and hit a target with a spinning rig is not near as easy as some would have you to believe. That is why fly rigs exist in the first place. They do a great job for what they are designed for and take a special talent to master in order to use effectively. I go a step further and make it worse because I like to do it with a baitcaster. It is much easier to work a fly rod over a good distance when using a lure/fly of almost no weight, but I enjoy the extra challenge of alternative fishing.

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