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I do notice the CC guys are in better shape...:D

It is not for everyone..

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Is it me or is anyone else tired of this stupid debate?:huh: Who gives a **** what type of boat you fish on as long as you are out there doing what you love and having a good time.
 

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I don't think it is a debate but just fun during some down time. All in good fun, gents.
 

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You fish what you have or what you can afford.

We started fishing offshore in the mid-70s in 20', then 21', then 23' center consoles. We moved up to a 31' Bertram. If you fished hard, the ride was tough on the people on every one of those. We'd fish on the weekends and feel good by the next Wednesday.

Out of our group that fished together, I have two new hips and a bad back. I am paying for those trips in the little boats almost every day. The others have new knees, new hips, and bad backs. They are paying too.

We have paid the price of fishing small, light boats offshore but we fished. But that's what we had at the time.
 

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I don't think it is a debate but just fun during some down time. All in good fun, gents.
I could'nt have said it better myself bear! I regualry fish on a 18' skiff 33'offshore 30'flybridge inshore 26'cc, beach, rocks ect...it don't matter to me a wet line is a wet line!!! just havin fun,you notice i did'nt post at all in the last 4 page debate.:D
 

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I could'nt have said it better myself bear! I regualry fish on a 18' skiff 33'offshore 30'flybridge inshore 26'cc, beach, rocks ect...it don't matter to me a wet line is a wet line!!! just havin fun,you notice i did'nt post at all in the last 4 page debate.:D

LOL Amen my friend!!!
 
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