In many respects it is difficult to imagine two candidates less alike than President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry. Even geographically, the contrast between their respective hometowns-the hardscrabble environs of Midland, Tex., and the historical elegance of Boston, Mass.-is extreme. Politically as well, the two candidates have different views on a host of issues. But when it comes to the sportsmen's vote, these two men want your support and they want it badly. Here, in their own words, Bush and Kerry, both self-described sportsmen, answer key questions on gun rights, conservation, public-land access and other issues that will affect your ability to fish and hunt and enjoy the outdoor traditions you hold so dear.