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Posted 02/07/13 - 12:24 AM
Apparently there is an abundance of earthworms in the ground and they are contributing to global warming by emitting or releasing greenhouse gases from the soil. We, as outdoors folk, need to get on the front lines of this life-treatening battle.
It seems that most fishermen are using less and less live bait, and those that are using live bait are buying it. "No more" I say to this practice. We need to get more folks out there fishing and using worms they've dug up. This is population control 101, and as outdoors people we've seriously dropped the ball on this.
So, how can you help? Easy, take a kid fishing. Take your wife/girlfriend/casual acquaintance/the other guy's wife out fishing and for God's sake dig your own worms!
This planet depends on you, your ability to hunt night crawlers, and your skills as a fisherman. When you wife asks you why for the 10th weekend in a row you're going fishing you can reply with confidence and say, "Honey, I'm doing my part and trying to save the world." And this time it won't be some BS excuse! It's true!
Save the world and fish with worms!
Posted 02/07/13 - 12:07 PM
Posted 02/07/13 - 12:13 PM
Posted 02/07/13 - 12:20 PM
Posted 02/08/13 - 02:15 AM
I hope your kidding about the global warming thing. But agree 100% with the digging your own and taking a kid fishing.
No, it's actually a real report. More than likely our tax dollars paid for it.
Posted 02/08/13 - 05:57 AM
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