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Anglers are just better in bed. Here’s why.

I may as well say it right off: this is a little more adult than usual so save this one into your favorites for later because it’s gonna get a little steamy in here. Pay attention now because you’re going to learn a few new things about great, loving relationships with an angler, and I’m here to teach you.

In the long-term, a good lover is something that we’re all looking for, and if you’re looking for a great partner to share an awesome sex life with, then it’s time to expose yourself to some of the reasons why anglers make better lovers.

If you’re interested in a person that’s good with their hands and has a deft touch, then lean back and get ready to throw a long cast into the waters that show how a fisherman is something special in bed.

And prepare to wipe the steam off of your glasses.

1. They enjoy foreplay

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If you’ve ever watched a fisherman get prepared the night before a fishing trip, then you’ll know how he appreciates getting his rig ready for use. The tenacity he has for preparing to do it—before he gets anything in return—should tell you how much he cares about you.

2. They make you feel great about your body image

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A good place to start your angling sexual adventure starts by recognizing how happy he is to see you with a fish in your hands… and nothing else. Different people will tell you that certain “toys” can take you to a new level, but a person who appreciates your fish is a keeper all the way.

3. They’re gentle and caring

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There are tell-tale signs that an angler is worth a long term relationship by the way he handles himself when the chips are down and the clothes come off. He’ll treat your big catch like it’s his own the same way he treats you: he’s dying to get it into the boat and get his hands on it.

4. They’re a great kisser

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They’re lips will softy plant on you with copious amounts of lip-locking pleasure, sort of like when the bass are hitting soft plastics. He doesn’t care if you’re wearing makeup or not, he wants that sexual adventure with you and his body language is telling you everything.

One warning sign: fish lips.

5. He’s open to new things

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One of the sexiest things that an angler can do is to prove his worth by trying something that only you could have gotten him to try. A great lover is one who isn’t afraid to put himself out there for you.

6. They have experience

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Older anglers are sex gods that know how to do it from years of experience. Finding one of these is like finding that secret spot that nobody knows about, and it’s every bit as good as you thought it would be.

And speaking of secret spots:

7. They know all about the secret spots

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Sex is like ice cream, but nobody wants vanilla all the time. When you really want your nerve endings to vacillate, you need a fisherman who understands where to go and how to get there. Once he’s found your secret place, you’ll never go fishing with anyone else ever again.

8. Exploration

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You can’t find those new spots without a little exploration, and an angler knows just how to begin. He’ll happily probe the surrounding area—deftly and completely—until he’s found the right combination of moves that will grant him a successful target. Once he starts casting his lure into your waters, you’ll know the meaning of being targeted.

9. They want you to be successful

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Count on an angler to give to his partner everything that he wants for himself and more. A good fisherman knows that his partner needs to fish the front of the boat once in a while; a great one always gives his partner the front first.

10. They take care of you after

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When it’s all over and the kinky, exciting, and adventurous trip is through, some folks will shut down quicker than a hot bite. Anglers, on the other hand, want to talk about the trip, kiss you some more, and then plan the next one!

All in all, you could do a whole lot worse than a patient, kind, and romantic person who likes to sweat the small details and prove their worth on the field of play. Anglers never back away from a challenge, and don’t mind casting their bait into an area where it might get stuck for good.

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Why Passing This 180-Inch Deer Was the Right Thing to Do

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Don Higgins passes a giant buck he named Smokey in 2016. You might think he’s insane, but not so fast.

It’s common knowledge in the deer hunting world: if you want to kill absolutely giant bucks, you’ll have to pass great bucks. And, as you’ve seen in another article of ours, Don Higgins recently tagged a buck he called Smokey during the 2017 Illinois archery season. Not just any buck, but the buck of a lifetime.

Many people don’t know the history Don has with this 200-plus Illinois giant. He passed this buck many times in 2016, and Smokey was no slouch. This deer was probably a 180-inch deer then, but Don knew the potential it had with another year of development.

Along with knowing its potential, Don had this buck dialed in. He knew its personality, its favorite bedding area and its favorite place to feed. Therefore, he was extremely confident he would be able to get another crack at him the next year.

Here’s a video of one of the hunts when Higgins passed Smokey. Would I be able to do it? Absolutely not at this point in my hunting career! But do I think he’s an idiot like most hunters screamed? Absolutely not! I admire the man for his discipline, as well as his knowledge and expertise in the woods. And if a hunter has the abilities to let a deer walk like that, more power to him.

Here is the video, check this out!

Passing Smokey

Posted by Don Higgins / Higgins Outdoors on Wednesday, August 16, 2017

As you can see, this is an incredible buck for any bowhunter. When Don posted this video on his social media pages, it was followed with mixed opinions. Some praised him and many said he was a fool because the deer was at full potential.

Don Higgins

But Don was able to silence the haters this year when he harvested Smokey just like he thought he would. A whopping 207 inches of Illinois bone later, Don had harvested his second 200-inch Illinois whitetail.

Well done, Don. I just can’t get over this video and also what Smokey turned into this hunting season.

NEXT: IS IT OK TO SHOOT A DOE WITH FAWNS?

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Don Higgins passes a giant buck he named Smokey in 2016. You might think he’s insane, but not so fast.

It’s common knowledge in the deer hunting world: if you want to kill absolutely giant bucks, you’ll have to pass great bucks. And, as you’ve seen in another article of ours, Don Higgins recently tagged a buck he called Smokey during the 2017 Illinois archery season. Not just any buck, but the buck of a lifetime.

Many people don’t know the history Don has with this 200-plus Illinois giant. He passed this buck many times in 2016, and Smokey was no slouch. This deer was probably a 180-inch deer then, but Don knew the potential it had with another year of development.

Along with knowing its potential, Don had this buck dialed in. He knew its personality, its favorite bedding area and its favorite place to feed. Therefore, he was extremely confident he would be able to get another crack at him the next year.

Here’s a video of one of the hunts when Higgins passed Smokey. Would I be able to do it? Absolutely not at this point in my hunting career! But do I think he’s an idiot like most hunters screamed? Absolutely not! I admire the man for his discipline, as well as his knowledge and expertise in the woods. And if a hunter has the abilities to let a deer walk like that, more power to him.

Here is the video, check this out!

Passing Smokey

Posted by Don Higgins / Higgins Outdoors on Wednesday, August 16, 2017

As you can see, this is an incredible buck for any bowhunter. When Don posted this video on his social media pages, it was followed with mixed opinions. Some praised him and many said he was a fool because the deer was at full potential.

Don Higgins

But Don was able to silence the haters this year when he harvested Smokey just like he thought he would. A whopping 207 inches of Illinois bone later, Don had harvested his second 200-inch Illinois whitetail.

Well done, Don. I just can’t get over this video and also what Smokey turned into this hunting season.

NEXT: IS IT OK TO SHOOT A DOE WITH FAWNS?

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Ruger Announces New Custom Shop 10/22 Rifle with Skeletonized Green Mountain Laminate Stock

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Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to introduce a new 10/22® Competition Rifle to the Ruger® Custom Shop line of firearms. This new variation boasts a skeletonized green mountain laminate stock and a stainless steel bull barrel. The 16-1/8″ stainless steel bull barrel features black Cerakote® accents and is fluted to reduce […]

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Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to introduce a new 10/22® Competition Rifle to the Ruger® Custom Shop line of firearms. This new variation boasts a skeletonized green mountain laminate stock and a stainless steel bull barrel. The 16-1/8″ stainless steel bull barrel features black Cerakote® accents and is fluted to reduce […]

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Land & Legacy – Determining the Success of Your Season

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Here is your pre-season pep rally! We take time this week to discuss how you should gauge the success of your season. Yes, big bucks are fun and play a role in our season, but there is much more weighing in on the success of a long hunting season. The outdoors is a medium or a way for you to draw closer to creation. Don’t overlook the opportunities this season to understand the importance of being silent and listening!

In addition, to determining the success of a season, we also discuss why you need to record your hunting observations. Each hunting season is an opportunity to learn more about what deer want to be doing on your property. These patterns or lack of patterns you are observing are strong indicators of the habitat work that needs to be completed on the property. We walk you through how to interpret these signs on your property. We will teach you to be intentional this hunting season and take a note pad to the stand with you. Learn more about your property and yourself more than ever this fall.

We hope this season is filled with encounters, not only with target deer, but with the Creator himself. Enjoy.Learn.Share! #ForLoveoftheLand

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Here is your pre-season pep rally! We take time this week to discuss how you should gauge the success of your season. Yes, big bucks are fun and play a role in our season, but there is much more weighing in on the success of a long hunting season. The outdoors is a medium or a way for you to draw closer to creation. Don’t overlook the opportunities this season to understand the importance of being silent and listening!

In addition, to determining the success of a season, we also discuss why you need to record your hunting observations. Each hunting season is an opportunity to learn more about what deer want to be doing on your property. These patterns or lack of patterns you are observing are strong indicators of the habitat work that needs to be completed on the property. We walk you through how to interpret these signs on your property. We will teach you to be intentional this hunting season and take a note pad to the stand with you. Learn more about your property and yourself more than ever this fall.

We hope this season is filled with encounters, not only with target deer, but with the Creator himself. Enjoy.Learn.Share! #ForLoveoftheLand

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