Top 10 reasons Why fishing is better than a computer game

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  1. fishinpals

    fishinpals New Member

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    1 A fish will never adversely affect your vision, no matter how long you stare at it. Most fish are actually quite easy on the eyes.


    2 Long hours of fishing often give one the sense of accomplishment, while even the best computer game will usually provide only frustration.

    3 A live fish will never freeze-up on you, even during the cold winter months. Computer games and PCs, on the other hand, will freeze in a moment's notice.


    4 Fishing is exciting! After playing a computer game for a while you come to know what to expect; when fishing, you just never know what you'll catch.


    5 Fishing is more challenging. Even the most difficult computer game can eventually be mastered, while no fish species can ever be completely mastered.


    6 A bad day of fishing with friends and family is still more relaxing and healthy than a good day staring at a computer monitor.


    7 No matter the batter or recipe you choose, a computer game will never taste as good as a fish when you fry it.


    8 Each time you purchase a fishing licence or cast a line, you contribute to fisheries conservation. The only one who really benefits from the sale of a computer game is the software company.


    9 Although computer games and catching fish both provide an adrenaline rush, landing a big fish is still more of a rush than reaching level 5 on a computer game.


    1O Our country has one full week every summer dedicated to the benefits of sport fishing. When and where do computer games ever celebrate national pride?




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