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    Used to play Slow pitch softball and Thanksgiving Turkey bowl.Now it's 12oz curls and bbq.And I can still outplay all you all in soccer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    Skiing, hunting, mountain biking, dirt biking, hiking, motorcycle trips. My wife says i have too many hobbies. I can see her point. If I widdled it down I'd save money and probably be better at the hobbies that remained. Currently I'm mediocre at everything
    My wife says i have too many hobbies too. After i break everything down just for fishing that includes tying my own flies, fly fishing, jigging for walleye, tying my own worm harnesses, trolling for walleye, river fishing, building my own fishing poles, ice fishing, bobber and worm fishing with the kids and I discovered paddlefishing last year. She thinks its too much fishing but i dont think there is too much fishing.

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    Fishin is livin'.Does she participate?Only thing that beats fishing is slow walkin' through the tall pines.(ELK)

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    Long range shooting, mountain biking, and also off roading are sports that we participate in. I love getting out in the hills during the warm months and exploring new country


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    Lifting and hunting. Any more than that and my family suffers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtclod Az. View Post
    Fishin is livin'.Does she participate?Only thing that beats fishing is slow walkin' through the tall pines.(ELK)
    Everybody partcicipates in all of it except building poles. My 2 year old son can cast a bobber about 20 feet and my 5 year old daughter can cast pretty dang far and started tying flies with me this spring. My wife likes to read until i find out what they are biting on then jumps right in. Hunting is usually a family activity too unless im headed into the high country or if grizzlys are common in the area. My daughter is actually playing hookey monday and tuesday to go elk hunting with me and my mom. We are trying to make as many good memories as i can as a whole family and doing a pretty good job!

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    Hunt, fish and work. Work barely pays for the first 2. Not enough left for anything else. Lol

    This year's been epic. Fished n hunted Puerto Rico, hunted alaska, hunted utah, October at home in colorado. Texas in November. I'll never be able to fund that much in a year again. Cashed out some retirement while I'm still young enough to go hard. Payed for my kids n grandson also.

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    Family participation is #1 priority!Hunter25 and 7 mag good on you.

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    Hunt and Fish and Work mostly.

    I reload shells and do a lot of tinkering around the workshop too.

    Shoot a fair amount of Sporting Clays in the summer to pass the time.

    Do a fair amount of shooting with my pistols as well. Never entered a competition for any of it though.

    I used to play a lot of Racquetball. Not so much anymore.

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    Hunt, fish, work-out/exercise, ATV trips with the wife, photography business on the side, and kids sports.

    My daughters were heavily involved in softball and basketball, and I became the "unofficial" picture guy of the teams. When they were in high school, a friend of the team got me a press pass, meaning I had permission to be on the field/court for high school events. Her HS Coaches were very receptive and gave me unlimited access to field, dugout, huddles, etc.

    Very cool! Got great pictures and video, and got to be right there!

    When daughter's HS basketball team played in Pinnacle Bank Arena for the state championship, I was sitting under the basket, taking pictures! Great to be right there as they won the title! Same situation for state softball...I was right there as they won the State Softball title!

    Now that both daughters have graduated HS and on to college, I'm re-focusing my attention to building the photography business, and of course, hunting more.

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