102-Year Old Female Angler Tells Story Of Leaving Her Husband To Win A Rod And Reel!
Published on November 7, 2016 under
Got to love hearing about a 102-year old that still goes out and wets a line.
Not only that, she’s been fishing for longer than most of us have been alive!
Meet Margaret Renner, a 102-year old from Montana that has been fishing pretty much her entire life.
When asked why she believes she has lived so long, here was her response:
“That’s why I think I’m living so long, because I’ve eaten a lot of fish.”
And the biggest cardinal sin for Margaret…
It’s losing a fish…
This quote from the Missoulian on Margaret sums it all up:
“Having lived through two world wars, the Great Depression, the nuclear age, manned travel to outer space, the women’s movement and computer age, a person would be correct in expecting Margaret to be the bearer of some sage advice. Her final admonishment to a visitor as she held his hand in both of hers and looked directly into his eyes was: “You need to go out and fish.”
Enjoy the video on Margaret below.
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