Rules in my boat are simple. Don't be late, Keep CPR in mind on Trophy fish, and no AM/FM radios(Ballgames).
That sounds like a great partnership right there!I reckon being late is a pet peeve of mine! If ya say ya going to come fish...............and tell me when.............Show up then......That plain and simple
I too, hate to even say i might do something and have even the slightest chance of having to back out! That just isn't the way I roll..
My hubby is my best fishing partner and we love to hunt for the (big one) We are learning the river Boatside together......
He understands to me I have to have my hook wet most of the day and I understand he is into learning where to put a pole out! So it works...
We are learning the boat way on the river together..........Which works
Ha ha, Mark, that's pretty funny and I know people like this. I stayed single until I was 57 yrs old and have only been married for a little over a year. She doesn't care for fishing very often but doesn't complain if I go on the spur of the moment unless we had already planned something. But she loves the outdoors, we live in the middle of the woods and I wouldn't have it any other way again.Co -dependent couples.
" I can't go, I have to go to 2 year old birthday party of a boy that goes to the same babysitter mine does."
Might as well put on a dress and carry a pocketbook so you and that wife will match.
I find it hard to find anyone around this area that wants to go catfishing. I used to have lots of friends who catfished, we'd spend a whole weekend out on the Catoosa area fishing the Obed and Emory and sometimes Daddy's Creek. Goby, Metalpha, and you Frank are the closest folks around on this board. I have a friend who lives in the Marlow section of Anderson County that likes to catfish but I can't get him to join this board. Most people around are strictly bass or crappie fishermen. I'll fish for anything, even if desperate enough carp. But I have to admit, sometimes I will catch more catfish while fishing for other species like crappie using minnows or using shiners for bass bait than if I were intentionally fishing for the cats. I hooked onto a 3 lb channel cat last spring while throwing a marabou jig for bluegill to use as cat bait on an ultralight 4-1/2 pole with 4 lb test and it fought as well as a big 15 pounder using 30 lb test and heavy gear.If my wife don't go I prefer to go alone. I have had nothing but bad experiances fishing with a partner. Last one I thought I wanted to fish with was suppose to be ready at 7:00 A.M.. Wife said he showed at 8:30 and was mad as &^*%^ because I was already fishing. Been 10 years and He still doesn't talk to me.