tacotac wrote:I wouldn't mind fishing alone. Problem is being a girl, it would not be the smartest thing to do.... I have my mother, who does not mind going with me once in awhile, but she is so busy, and other times making promises to go and canceling them by changing her mind at the last minute, like the weather. My boyfriend likes to go, and I have been bringing him with me, but he is the one who does most of the complaining. He just isn't in to it as much as I am, and it is not always fun when you feel like you are pressured to have to "entertain" them, or that you have limited time due to their attention span. Sometimes I can get my dad to tag along as well, but he gets busy too, he doesn't fish, just sits there and watches as my mom does... So yes, I don't get out to fish too often, because it seems I am controlled as to when I get to go and how much depending on other people I find to go with me.
Next you're gonna tell us you love Football; you're good at cleaning fish and are a great cook.....
And she rides a Harley and has a twin sister and they look like Kandi from 2-1/2 men..... BTW... I have a boat and am retired...
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Sorry, I'm not a big sports fan. Love the outdoors, and gardening. I do more baking, my boyfriend does more cooking.... I grew up more of a tomboy anyways. I wouldn't mind hooking up with more sane fishermen if no one minds the bf joining. He seems to like to have more people come along as well. Who knows, maybe that would make him happier about going.
I usually fish with family members, especially with my pops. He would never give up a good fishing trip, and it's good "father & son" time. I have a few buddies I go with, but they aren't into chasing certain fish. They prefer cat fishing and having a few beers, where I'm in it for the fight. That's just me...
I have to agree, it's tough finding a person to go with. I have a boat and only a couple of buddies who fish, but they don't like to stay out as long as I do, or get up early enough, or don't like to chip in for fuel etc. I really don't mind going alone but at times would like to have the company, plus I am wanting to try my hand at tourneys next year, but I can't really depend on any of my friends to be a steady tourney partner.
I fished with a friend that would get 100 bites an hour fishing plastic worms without catching a fish. And others who were very good to fish with.
The best way to find out if you are compatable is to take a road trip to Bass Pro and lose them, right Blu.
I always say I learn something from everyone I fish with and I am always looking for a better mouse trap as they would say. And I know I do not know everything there is to know about fishing. But it is much easier when you fish a few times a week rather than here and there.
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