This is for all of the guys whose wives (or girlfriends) dont want to go fishing, or dont want their guys to go either! Show this to her, maybe shell change her mind. So you think fishing is nasty, disgusting, dirty, and un-fun. You think that nightcrawlers, chicken liver, skip jacks, blue gill and limburger cheese should never be touched, much less put on a hook and tossed into the water. Well, I have to disagree with you. Some of the best times of my life have happened while fishing. I have great memories of my Daddy taking me fishing, times that will never happen again. The poor man taught me how to use a cane pole first, then worked me up to a rod and reel. The first time that I tried to cast with it, Daddy got hooked in the seat of his pants. He just unhooked himself, took a few steps back out of the way, and said Try it again, and always be sure of what is behind you before you cast. He didnt get mad. He was patient and pleasantly surprised when on the next cast, I put the bait right where he told me and even caught a blue gill. Daddy and I shared a lot of good times fishing. He passed away in 2001. I think of him every time I go. I even talk to him sometimes, and see if he can get God to intercede and put a fish on my hook. My husband and I spend a lot of time together fishing. It gives us an opportunity to talk about things at home or about life in general. Or sometimes it gives us an opportunity to say nothing, and still know exactly what the other is thinking or feeling. Now Im not going to tell you that some bait isnt icky. Some is. Some bait stinks ( thats why they call it stink bait!). But baby wipes will clean your hands better than you ever dreamed they could. And Noxema takes away any smell that is left after you get home. So if youve never been fishing with your husband or boyfriend, give it a try. You might just get hooked!