Do you like fishing?

India
October 2, 2009 12:18am CST
I heard that more than 30 percent of people in U.S.A spend their pass time fishing.So do you spend time fishing?
3 responses
@daliaj (5689)
• India
2 Oct 09
My husband is in USA and he is very fond of fishing. He goes for fishing atleast three days in a week. You have to get a license to go for fishing in USA. Also, there are two types of fishing place. In some places, you can catch fish, but at the end you have to leave them back to the river. You are not supposed to keep them. Some places allow people to keep the fish if they want. Mostly people don't prefer to keep the fish with them because it is a lot of work to clean the fish. You smell like fish for the whole day if you clean fish. Also, you need to pay for 3 dollars to get 15 worms to catch fish. There are also places where you can find worms, but you need a tool to dig ground and find worms. My husband lives in a city and he prefers buying worms.
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• United States
12 Oct 09
I use to go fishing when I was younger. I remember enjoying it...it was such a thrill when you finally caught something. I could never actually touch the fish and remove the hook from its mouth...that's what dads are for. I went fishing until for some reason, I developed a completely unrealistic mortal fear of worms. So now when I go it has to be for catching catfish, since using grasshoppers and crickets as bait works better than using worms. They are more fun to catch, anyway, since they are bigger, seemingly stupider, and stronger so they put more of a fight.
• United States
12 Oct 09
I like fishing too and they actually are bigger due to the global warming. Water thats warmer makes fish grow faster. One time I caught a fish with my hands hehe
• India
9 Nov 09
ya i like fishing very much. Fishing is the slow process to catch the fish. And it is good timepass for a person. There are various method for fishing, hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping. I like hand gathering method whenever i find time. bye