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Competition can add to outdoor sports

January 15, 2011
By Walt Young,

One of the great appeals of hunting and fishing is these activities generally are, or should be, largely an individual effort. When most of us head to the woods or water in search of game or fish, we often are also seeking any number of self-interests - everything from relaxation and solitude to exercise and a special sense of accomplishment. A day afield is not measured by innings, quarters or similar measures. We begin and end such outings on our own timetable, be it a simple getaway of an hour or two or a dawn-to-dusk adventure.

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