- Tue Mar 13, 2007 6:58 pm
Man that's a lot of bullshits for one article, on both sides."An ice fisherman fishes when it's cold; a fly fisherman fishes when it isn't.[/img]aine ice fishermen are mostly born here; fly fishermen are mostly "from away.""The fly fisherman is a fly fisherman," said their friend Rick Webber, 49, a plumber. "That's all he does." Mr. Webber tossed a football to his 11-year-old son, Spencer, who said, "You socialize when you go ice fishing. Fly fishing, you can't because you're always too busy.[/img]t's bait dealers who serve about 80,000 locals versus guides and outfitters who service 250,000 tourists; it's folks who see fishing as fun versus snobs who think it's an art; it's gluttons who catch-and-fry versus purists who catch-and-release.""Ethically, the fly fishermen don't like ice fishing," "Snowmobiles and heated fishing shacks, he says, "are out of keeping with the call of the loon.""Not only is fly fishing an art, Mr. Mallard contends, it has a "deeper culture" in Maine than ice fishing ever did."What a mess.
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