lisurfer49

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  1. Checking back and glad to see Beastly Backlash fighting the good fight with facts and reality. no ‘alternative facts’ or ‘fake news’ there. We all know about losing access to private land, let’s avoid that as fishermen/sportsman yeah?
  2. Exactly. it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that means loss of access to sportsmen; whether it be fishing or hunting. As well as other uses of the land by the public.
  3. Keep deviating from the actual topic. thats cute though.
  4. Just what I thought. You don’t know what you’re talking about.
  5. I really don’t get it. The biggest pilfering of access for fishing (and other activities) is still, and always will be, losing that access to private property; not the government. It’s actually the latter that protects, and provides backbone to protect, that access for the public. youd think at the end of the day all of us here are fishermen, and by nature we are passionate about protecting access to that passion despite any kind of politics.
  6. Nobodies denying you to your property, that makes no sense. and no I do not have another screen name. I don’t have the time, nor do I care enough, to troll
  7. Homestead the land? That’s adorable.
  8. That’s a different issue. fact is federal public land is responsible for sustaining an almost $700 BILLION dollar industry, $80 BILLION dollars in tax revenue, large amounts into state and local economies (entire towns are built around the allure and access to federal public land), provides a ton of jobs both in private sectors and government (oh the horror!), protects access for common citizens and sportsmen and protects the resources we all enjoy (fishing, hunting, wildlife habitat which sustains that). Much of that land is also leased to private individuals and companies for pennies, which maximizes their profits (see cattle industry). Its probably the only thing that I strongly believe in keep In federal hands as it provides the most protections for our freedoms. I know how counter intuitive it may sound, but it’s the truth.
  9. That’s like the funniest, most misinformed thing I’ve read in awhile. Thanks for the laugh!
  10. How does a heavier line affect the fight on a light rod? You still need to use the rod to bring the line in.
  11. Fords have always had rust issues. My boss brought it up once to a ford salesman and the salesman acted dumbfounded. Obviously didn’t want to address it. The wheel wells always seem to be the first to go, also see a lot of trucks where the front of the bed has collapsed in from rust and it tilts forward.
  12. Look up the tow capabilities of it. I can't say as I don't know how a 4Runner compares to a tundra. The new ones look beefy and capable enough, but looks are often different from reality.
  13. I tow a montauk 17 whaler a handful of times a year with my '06 tundra. Handles it just fine.