Catch and release if you choose(which is usually what I do). Anyway any girls like to fish, I find it hot when girls do!
I go steelhead fishing in Idaho every fall. This year my trip got cancelled because of family problems.
The only fishing I love to do is in the market with money as the bait!
I have lack of patient to do fishing. But give me a good book to read, and I will sit there, reading my book and company my love one while he is fishing.
Then Mikey, absolutely, positively love it so much I wish I could do it for a living
Of course they do like to fish. Just walk into any hot dance bar, or top vacation spot. They are there fishing for a Guy with looks and money every night! lol
sorry I could not resist
I've only been fishing a handful of times but I did have a lot of fun. Biggest fish I caught was a baby shark lol. I thought I caught some enormous fish cuz he was a heavy little guy! I wanted to keep him as a pet but I put him back with his buddies.
I use to go fishing with my father as a child. We would catch fish and sometimes go crabbing.... I loved it. Especially when we went camping. We would cook are catches over a open fire.
I used to go fishing when I was a little girl..why not?
and when I began catching more than the men..I was uninvited to go...
Ha, well my little god-daughter came over(10). She didn't even say hi to anyone, she just went straight to the pond in my backyard! I was so excited can't wait to take her fishing when I get a boat
I went like once or twice but I would like to learn and really do it, I'm more into nature now.
If I don't catch anything, I'm bored. If I do catch something, I'm disgusted by the hook through the mouth. I do, however, enjoy the boat ride.
I like fishing and I like looking at the waters while me sitting down, just observing the nature and fishing. Once you caught the fish, I would like to return it to where it belongs. I love to eat fish though, smiles..
I went fishing in bigger seas (takes an overnight to do that) when I was younger in the Philippines, with boats and I miss it.
I have never been fishinh ever and live on an estate with a Loch. Thinking about getting a little boat and trying it out as there are rainbow trout in the lochs and who knows maybe even a salmon No idea where to start though!
I have to answer for my girls here - my daughters 14 and 13 love fishing, and put their brother to shame on a weekly basis.
Ha, that is awesome, me and my brothers would be able to live that down, we would be out fishing every day if our sister was better than us!
I've never heard a girl bring up fishing in a conversation, unless it was my mom/aunt telling us to go fishing, just to get us out of the house.
Fishing is very fun and can be fun for anyone, they really just have to give it a shot.
...i sure do...love being out in the bush/forest...or oceanside...
oh yea! Sometimes, I catch and release but when the water is clear and the lake is clean, then I'll catch to eat. Mind you, I only catch what I can eat.
I think that the male idea of fishing differs from the female. The girls never seem to grasp the idea of doing nothing with fishing as an excuse
Spin-casting for Steelhead and Salmon at Tow Hill on Haida Gwaii - best fishing on the Northwest Coast, and fabulous scenery.
We went fishing with Dad to spend time outdoors together, and, of course, to feast on Salmon, but the feasting was really secondary.
Yes for me. Great memories of walking waaayyy out on the dock with my dad and hubby at the Marin Rod & Gun Club.
My best catch was a big old stingray. Man, was that guy ever heavy and hard to pull up in the net!!!
Fishing for girls... I verily think the insistence to do this varies depending upon the lady's mood. There may be a time when she feels like getting dirty and going fishing but there will also be the time when she feels like being extremely prim and proper and like to be merely tidy. Whichever scenario occurs, girls are susceptible to the idea of going fishing 'cuz it really is fun :> Fishes seem nasty and slimy though (sometimes) :>
Fishing is a way to get that big adrenaline rush without jumping out of a plane! It is a very fun activity and it teaches you patience and descision making skills. It is also very addictive! There's nothing in the world like landing the Big One!
Absolutely! I have been flyfishing for more years than I care to admit, and also trek up to BC each fall for steelhead. I have an advantage in that I grew up with an avid sportsman for a father and only sisters. No boys. I fish with a group of women - our membership is approaching 200. Most of us do i for the love of the sport, and do not have other targets in mind...
I LOVE fishing - especially saltwater angling for reds, flounder, and sharks. I have a saltwater fishing website, have written lots of fising hubs, and write fishing articles for others. What I enjoy so much about saltwater fishing is that you never know WHAT you might catch! I've landed some strange critters!
I love fishing too. Occassionally I try fly fishing for trout in the river, but mostly beach and estuary fishing. I'm not actually very good at it though - I taught my boys to fish and, as a consequence of my 'skill' level, neither are they, poor things. I can spend hours at it, even if nothing bites. I quite like gutting, cleaning, and cooking the catch too. The one activity I didn't like was deep sea fishing - got very sea sick and I'm not prepared to do it again.
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by Mikeydoes 10 years ago
I have caught a couple 15 pound Channel Catfish.Haven't had a chance to go for monsters yet, but I plan on really getting some big ones in the near future.
by Thomas Byers 8 years ago
Do you go fishing? Do you eat what you catch?At this time of year I just love to catch big catfish out of the local rivers and I turn them into delicious deep fried catfish nuggets. With homemade slaw, home fries, and my delicious homemade hush-puppies you have a meal you won't soon forget.
by donicaben 10 years ago
I just took my kids out fishing for the first time. We "caught" two fish. I was reeling the...first one in, it was bouncing up in the air out of the water. Then it was gone! Five minutes later - same deal. It was caught, I was reeling it, it managed to...
by Gordon Hamilton 9 years ago
When you go fishing, does the sustainability of your catch matter to you?If you like to go fishing and eat your catch - particularly with regard to saltwater/sea fishing - do you take full account of what species are sustainable in your local waters? Do you target only species which are...
by ujoutdoors 9 years ago
You would have to be living under a rock not to know about Toledo Bend Lake bordering Texas and Louisiana, if you happen to be a fisherman. Recently I knew there would be a White Bass run and the best place was Pendleton Bridge, right off the bank.I took along a Soldier from Ft Polk and found four...
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