Entries in fishing humor (78)
In this episode, we explore the difference between common beach scouting and the act of creeping. When does it happen? Where? It is important that all anglers learn the boundaries and play by the rules. Unless, you are tired of all these rules. In which case, do whatever it takes to find the migrating bass. Tight lines.
Nick Schulz wrote this little ditty on the lameness of sport fishing back in 2006.
In The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway writes of a heroic battle between man and a giant marlin. For 50 years, the novel's grandiose vision of aquatic struggle has stood as the last word on sport fishing. It's about time somebody else got a few words in. Here goes: Sport fishing is deeply, irredeemably lame.
LINK (via: Slate)