We asked you about this same topic way back when gas was around $3 a gallon. What say you now?
From an Anglersurvey.com press release:
_Record high fuel prices are causing anglers to cut back on their fishing plans, according to a recent survey. . . .
In a June survey by AnglerSurvey.com, only 22% of anglers said that higher fuel prices would not affect their fishing activities this summer, compared to 35% who responded “no effect” to the same question in 2007. Likewise, 32% of anglers in 2008 said that high prices would affect their fishing plans, up sharply from the 22% who felt this way a year ago.† †
The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States has risen about 39% compared to year ago—to $4.10 on July 2, 2008, according to the American Automobile Association._
Are high gas prices cutting into your fishing trips this summer?
Go to anglersurvey.com to participate in the upcoming surveys.