NANFA-- A Little Bit O' Safety

Todd Crail (
Thu, 9 Oct 2003 21:22:12 -0400

It's that time of year again... That time of year when other sporting types
inhabit the same areas we've been fishin' all year. 'Cepting they have guns

While I'd say nintey-something percent of hunters are responsible and on the
look out for people, pets, etc and are there only to take their targeted
game... There _is_ a minority that like to take shots at anything that
moves... Additionally, some of them do such in a chemically enhanced state.
I've already had one guy come in and brag at work this week about sipin'
whiskey and shootin' some squirrels.

Seriously consider to take some time to stop by your local sporting goods
and pick up a blaze orange hat, vest, whatever if you're going to be out
collecting. A cheesy plastic vest is cheap, will wear well in the water,
and could prevent a very nasty situation.

Happy Fall Collecting! :)

It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
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