That too ended up being a phase I went through and no longer have a likeness for.
Still? I never liked fishing. I cannot quietly sit still for that long. The only fishing trip I enjoyed was the one when my uncle caught a trout with his barehands. He saw it coming down the stream towards the lake and reached in an grabbed it. That was impressive.
Funny i live blocks from galveston bay but ihave not fished their since the early 80s all the redfish which are yummy are gone. The bay is full of pollution from chemical plants. About the only thing i eat out of galveston area is shrimp.
Fly fishing for trout. One of the best rivers flows through our city. Not unusual to catch some over 20 inches (but these must be released, upper and lower limits on size)
My brother and cousin love to fish. If I called them right now I bet they are either fishing or are on their way to fish somewhere. My brother is working out of Denver, Colorado so he fishes between shifts. My cousin is doing his residency out of Corpus Christi, Texas, he also will sink a line between shifts.
Hanging out with them I had no choice. It was usually bass, trout or catfish. The bass they always released. Now that they are gone, I'm not fishing. I always gave them lip because that's all they wanted to do. I'd get bored and complain. Now I'd do anything to sit next to a lake and fish with them.
Love it ,
Catfish , go cat fishing every chance I get , also like stream and pond fishing for bass ,
One of the great leisure activities of my life. Lots of fish around here in the gulf and in the nearby Caribbean. Tarpon, grouper, yellowtail, bass, even tuna on occasion. One of many reasons I live down here, that and going out on "that big stupid boat", as the Mrs so lovingly refers to it.
I like fishing, as it's a good time for us to be patient and with relaxing as well in order to get any kind of fish with time.
Sometimes I couldn't fish one of them, nothing, but I didn't care, because I could wait and took my time to read or to breathe the fresh air.